Post Malone Donates 10,000 Pairs Of Crocs To Medical Staff

Post Malone shows his support for frontline workers by gifting the staff of 70 hospitals his limited edition crocs

Post Malone continues to be the absolute best by donating ten thousand pairs of his sold out crocs collection to hospital workers. Specifically employees in the COVID-19, cardiac, ICU, pediatrics, and hospice units. The “Wow” singer partnered with Musicians on Call in order to make frontline workers’ days a little bit brighter. A nonprofit based in Los Angeles, Musicians on Call brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, in person care has been more difficult, especially since capacity at hospitals is reaching its peak. Through Post Malone, Musicians on Call has found another way to bring joy to healthcare workers. President and CEO of the nonprofit Pete Griffin said, “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.”

The spirit of giving isn’t new to Malone. Back in April 2020, he hosted a live stream to benefit the World Health Organization to wild success. He has also been making his Instagram a place for people to find ways to help.

This is not the first time Post has partnered with crocs to create his own unique style of shoe, with the previous four collaborations selling out within the first day of sale. The newest black-and-pink-themed Duet Max Clog II shoe from Malone’s 2021 efforts is not only stylistically different but also incredibly comfortable. Hospital workers weren’t the only recipients of the darkly colored footwear. Post also donated a pair of the Duet Max Clog II shoes to every student in his former Texas high school in December. The school’s principal, Alex Fingers, thanked Post Malone in a tweet while showing off students with their new shoes.

Just like Malone’s alma mater, Musicians on Call posted a photo of frontline workers posing with the gifted crocs. Calling the act of kindness an early Valentine’s Day present, everyone was all smiles. This just goes to show how far a simple act of kindness can go.

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Kelly Levine is a screenwriting student at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles and an intern at AfterBuzz TV. She hopes to one day pursue a career in television writing and production. Kelly loves television, movies, and all things nerdy in pop culture!