Crocs Cares(SM) latest projects

Crocs Cares and O, The Oprah Magazine Present 100 Women, 100 Shoes (November 25th, 2012)

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In June 2012  Crocs Cares partnered with O, The Oprah Magazine to inspire women to do good in their communities through the ‘100 Women, 100 Shoes’ contest.  O Magazine readers were encouraged to partner with 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations in their community and submit an idea for how they would use 100 pairs of shoes with [...]

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14,000+ pairs donated in Peru (February 6th, 2013)

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Crocs Shoes distributed in Peru

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Crocs Cares & The Margaret Okari Children’s Foundation (February 27th, 2013)

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For a few months, Crocs Cares worked with board members of the Margaret Okari Children’s Foundation to set up a donation of shoes for all of the students at the Margaret Okari School in Kisii, Kenya. The children had no idea the shoes were on their way and the pictures below prove it! Thank you [...]

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Crocs South Africa team organizes Ocean Minded beach clean-up (February 6th, 2014)

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In October, the Crocs South Africa team organizes the Ocean Minded beach clean-up, at the start of Walking the Daisies. The clean-up starts at Big Bay and ends at Blouberg with a total of 200 participants. Walking the Daisies leads up to an annual 2 day 50km environmental hike to South Africa’s premier eco-friendly music [...]

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Support for Violence Intervention Program in Los Angeles (February 4th, 2014)

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The Violence Intervention Program (VIP), provides supportive services for extremely vulnerable individuals who have been abused or lack other resources in the LA area.
June 2013, Urban Legends Production Company, 10th St. Preschool in LA, and Crocs Cares partnered to create a public service announcement to help raise awareness for VIP.
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Crocs Pembroke Mall Store opening (January 30th, 2014)

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During the Pembroke store’s grand opening weekend, Crocs Cares matched the number of shoes purchased (up to a 1,000 pairs) and donated them to The Carma Foundation. A non-profit organization dedicated to helping women and children in Haiti and in the United States. 

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Hurricane Sandy Relief (January 29th, 2014)

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In the United States, Hurricane Sandy, the deadliest and most destructive hurricane of 2012, affected 24 states, with major damage in New Jersey and New York. Through relief efforts, 250 pairs of shoes were donated to those affected in Pleasantville and Atlantic City, NJ. A large portion of these shoes were donated along with food [...]

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Colorado flood (November 8th, 2013)

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Across the state floods damaged or destroyed as many as 2,000 homes on September 12th. In this time of need Crocs provided flood relief for employees who had been affected and for the community:
100 pairs of boots were provided to evacuees through the Red Cross
More than 1,000 meals and 500 pairs were of boots were [...]

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Europe donations with In Kind Direct (November 4th, 2013)

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221 community organizations in Europe benefit from Crocs footwear

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Songs from the video:
Leroy Miller - "Why"
Corinne Chapman - "Weeds"

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go to school without the basic necessity such as a pair of shoes.

in ethiopia, one million people

suffer from a disease caused by walking barefoot in volcanic soil [...] (

millions of people

around the world cannot afford basic necessities such as a pair of shoes.

more than 300 million people

live on less than $1 a day (””).

2.6 billion people

in the world lack basic sanitation (””).

some 1.1 billion people

in developing countries have inadequate access to water (””).

nearly a billion people

entered the 21st century unable to read a book or sign their names (””).

over 1.4 billion people

globally live on less than $1.25 per day (””).

35.9 million people

live below the poverty line in America, including 12.9 million children (””).

1.7 billion people

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