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Over 500 pairs of Crocs donated to SM Foundation

Crocs, a world leader in innovative casual footwear for men, women and children, has donated more than three million pairs of shoes to people in need around the world as part of its global Crocs Cares corporate social responsibility platform. 

Crocs Philippines President Mark Christian Chan (left) and Operations Manager Honorio Pascual (right) with (second from left) BDO VP for CLG Marketing Maria Cristina Cordero, SM Foundation’s Dalfhen Samson and SM Stationery Marketing Manager Nitz Valera
In the Philippines, Crocs’ showed that it cares when it recently held a trade-in promo in partnership with SM Supplies and BDO. Customers were given a discount when they traded in their old kids’ Crocs to purchase a new pair of Crocs for the kids. Crocs was able to collect over 500 pairs during the promo period, which were donated to the SM Foundation.

The classic clog for kids in various colors and character designs
Beneficiaries of the donation to SM Foundation will enjoy Crocs features of Croslite material, a proprietary, revolutionary technology that gives each pair of shoes the soft, comfortable, lightweight, non-marking and odor-resistant qualities. They will also have school supplies as Crocs and SM Stationery also donated All-in-one School packs of bags with school supplies.  

Crocs purchases now enable shoppers to earn points for their SM Advantage, Prestige and BDO Rewards cards.

Get connected with Crocs through @CrocsPH on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Topics: Crocs , Global Crocs Cares corporate social responsibility platform , SM Supplies , BDO
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