Post Malone Donates 10,000 of His Sold-Out Crocs to Hospital Workers
The rapper sent footwear to caregivers and housekeeping staff at 70 hospitals across the country
Post Malone is helping those on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic by giving away thousands of his sold-out Crocs.
The rapper, 25, and shoe brand (who have created five different sought-after collaborations together), partnered with the nonprofit Musicians On Call, to give 10,000 pairs of Malone's Duet Max Clog II to frontline caregivers, housekeeping staff and other healthcare workers at approximately 70 facilities across the country.
Musicians On Call, which brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities, announced the partnership on Wednesday. It distributed the shoe to staff at its partner hospitals across the country who work in various units including COVID, cardiac, oncology, ICU, surgical care, pediatrics, hospice and more. "This gift was made in gratitude of and support for their tireless efforts in battling this pandemic," a statement by Musicians On Call said.
"The stress of the pandemic on staff in all areas of the hospital has been unrelenting and we have been doing what we can to continue bringing them the joy of live music," said Musicians On Call President and CEO Pete Griffin. "We are so grateful to Post Malone and Crocs for joining us in providing even more relief when they need it the most through this generous donation. Thanks to them, caregivers at 70 hospitals nationwide will have the added support of their Crocs to help them through their day."
The new Duet Max Clog II sold out right away after its launch in December. The shoe, which comes in black or pink colorways, features adjustable straps, clips and custom Posty-themed rubber duck Jibbitz charms.