Post Malone donates 10 000 pairs of his Crocs to frontline workers in the US

January 19, 2021

The Crocs have recently sold out, but thanks to his donation, 70 hospitals will be making the shoes available to staff.

Post Malone has recently made a major donation of 10 000 pairs of his Crocs to hospital staff across the United States. He recently collaborated with the shoe company to roll out a limited edition Posty version Crocs. The collab saw various colourways and styles being produced. In a matter of mere weeks, the shoes sold out to the public.

It seems that the rapper realised there is a real need for basic items like comfortable shoes at hospitals, which are flooded with COVID-19 patients. Post Malone immediately made the decision to kick off his biggest charitable move yet.

He partnered with the non-profit, Musicians on Call to facilitate the distribution of the shoes. The initiative works closely with artists who want to do good during the global pandemic. As a result of their day-to-day operations, they know which hospitals are in need of shoes the most. Thanks to their partnership with the donation, they will be distributing the donated Duet Max Clogg II Crocs to 70 hospitals across the US. According to the organisation, Post Malone said he is making this donation to thank frontline workers for their hard work and for keeping communities safe during these trying times. 

Post Malone has always proven to be generous. Not too long ago, he went to his old high school in Texas, Grapevine High School, and personally gifted each and every student at the school a pair of shoes from his now sold-out collab.

According to the “Better Now” hitmaker, he has set aside another 5 000 pairs of limited edition Crocs which he will be giving away to supporting fans very soon.

Although this is the fifth collaboration between Crocs and Post Malone, the shoe company has already indicated that future Posty editions are definitely going to happen. Crocs has been supporting frontline workers since the start of the pandemic. In March 2020, they donated 10 000 pairs of shoes to hospitals around the globe.