Nike is stepping up to help healthcare heroes donating more than 130,000 pairs of shoes and socks to frontline workers who are battling to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Recognizing the need for hospital staffers to have comfortable footwear while they're on their feet daily dealing with sick patients.
"From one athlete to another," the company said, "Nike athletes recognize the physical and mental resilience of healthcare athletes."
Nike will be donating pairs of Air Zoom Pulses to hospitals at healthcare facilities across the U.S and enlisted superstars like Ja Morant and Joc Pederson to deliver the goods.
The company will also come through with over 95,000 pairs of comfy soccer socks for the workers as well. All in addition to the thousands of protective masks Nike made and donated.
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