HOKA ONE ONE Pledges 5,000 Pairs of Shoes for Healthcare Workers

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Hoka One One is the latest brand to enter the fight against coronavirus. The running brand recently announced that it will donate 5,000 pairs of sneakers to healthcare workers as a part of its “Front Line Give Back” program. The brand is known for its running shoes that prioritize performance while not straying away from all-day comfort.

The programs aim is to provide relief for front line workers faced with long hours and strenuous schedules.

Hoka One One’s retail partners will be responsible for delivering the shoes to the hands of doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers by identifying beneficiary organizations in their regions.

In addition to that, Hoka has partnered with  JackRabbit in supplying over 400 pairs of shoes to two severely-impacted hospitals in the New York and New Jersey area.

Lastly, Deckers, the running brand’s parent company, along with the entire portfolio of brands, has committed over $1 million dollars to the fight against COVID-19.

Keep it locked here at Nice Kicks to learn what brands are doing to help out during the coronavirus pandemic.

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