Crocs is donating free shoes to healthcare workers

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Nurses in the COVID-19 unit of MedStar St. Mary's Hospital dress in personal protective equipment before entering a patient's room March 24, 2020 in Leonardtown, Maryland. (Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Nurses in the COVID-19 unit of MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital dress in personal protective equipment before entering a patient’s room March 24, 2020 in Leonardtown, Maryland. (Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Crocs is joining the growing list of companies offering freebies as a way to say thanks to healthcare workers battling the coronavirus pandemic.

The company has launched its new program, “A Free Pair for Healthcare,” offering free Crocs to doctors, nurses, and other healthcare staff members.

Workers can go to Crocs.com starting at 9 a.m. to request a free pair while supplies last.

You will not be able to make a request if the day’s allotment of Crocs has been met. You can try again the next day at the same time to put a request in.

The Crocs are free, and the Colorado-based company is not charging for shipping. The company also announced it is donating up to 100,000 pairs of shoes to be given to employees at select healthcare facilities and organizations.

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