Posts Tagged ‘Video’

Crocs South Africa team organizes Ocean Minded beach clean-up (Thursday, 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 (Tuesday, 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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365 days without shoes - Jeff Probst Show (Thursday, July 4th, 2013)

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Would you go 365 days without shoes?

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Haiti Earthquake, Jan. 12, 2010 - Carma Foundation (Monday, June 28th, 2010)

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Crocs CaresSM once again, joins the Carma Foundation in Haiti, donating hundreds of Crocs™ shoes to earthquake victims, medical staff, and to orphaned children as part of their school uniform.

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Columbine Elementary - Colorado (Monday, June 28th, 2010)

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Columbine Elementary School collects shoes for the needy.

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Panama with actor Dylan Bruno and UNICEF (Monday, June 28th, 2010)

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Actor Dylan Bruno joins Crocs and UNICEF in delivering shoes to children in Panama.

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Colombia: Shakira and Pies Descalzos (Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010)

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Shakira, famous Colombian singer / songwriter and founder of Fundacion Pies Descalzos or “Barefoot Children Foundation” received 10,000 pairs of shoes for the children of Colombia.

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Malawi: Africa (Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010)

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Crocs, Inc. salutes Madonna’s efforts and has joined her in providing more than 20K pairs of shoes to the orphans and families who are part of her organization, Raising Malawi.

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Dominican Republic 2009- NBA star Charlie Villanueva (Thursday, August 20th, 2009)

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NBA Star Charlie Villanueva joins Crocs CaresSM and Feed The Children to Donate 20,000 pairs of Crocs™ Shoes to Tenis Para Ninos August 2009.

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Iraq, Balad: American Airlines(R) and Operation International Children (Thursday, April 23rd, 2009)

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American Airlines(R), Operation International Children and Crocs CaresSM donate 6,500 pairs of Crocs™ shoes to children in Iraq.

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many children cannot

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 [...] (globalshift.org)

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 (”globalissues.org”).

2.6 billion people

in the world lack basic sanitation (”globalissues.org”).

some 1.1 billion people

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

nearly a billion people

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

over 1.4 billion people

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

35.9 million people

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

1.7 billion people

live in poverty globally (”Wikipedia.org”).