“A Free Pair for Healthcare.” Crocs is offering healthcare workers across the U.S. a free pair of shoes while supplies last, choosing from select Crocs Classic Clogs and Crocs At Work™ styles, with free shipping through its website at http://www.crocs.com/freeforhealthcare.
The digital fashion brand is asking people to tag healthcare workers in their Twitter feed for the potential to receive a treat.
Footwear manufacturer tweeted it will provide U.S. healthcare workers with a free pair of its shoes. Redeem the offer by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org while supplies last. The specific shoe design is the company’s Tuke Matcha Wool Runners.
A “gift away” program where people can submit a “daily hero” — including healthcare professionals — for a chance to win one of five gifts from its collection. Submit via e-mail to email@example.com.
Swimwear label Hermoza highlights three “Modern Day Heroes,” including those who work in healthcare, nominated by members of its community every week on its Instagram feed and offers them a free item from its collection. Submissions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Offering free wedding gowns to engaged nurses, doctors and other hospital employees — like janitors and cafeteria staff — through August 31, 2020. Those eligible can pick a style from Pronovias’s Heroes Collection at its flagship stores in Barcelona, Madrid, Sevilla, Rome, Milan, Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Lisbon, London, New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Houston, as well as in cities in Mexico.
Running a campaign called #StandInSupport, where people can nominate someone working at the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. to receive a free pair of shoes from its archive, through April 3.
“Free Foundation Initiative” donates basics like T-shirts and bodysuits to doctors, nurses and medical workers in the U.S. who email a photo of their credentials to email@example.com.
Waived delivery fees for more than 100,000 independent restaurants to support the restaurant industry. Uber Eats will also provide 300,000 free meals through its app to first responders and health care professionals.
Florida Fast Food chain offering all healthcare workers and first responders 50% off all drive-thru or take-out orders.
Philly/East Coast restaurant chain offering buy one, get one discount on meals to health care professionals through Wednesday, April 1.
All healthcare workers and hospital staff get a free pizza with a valid hospital ID or texting 200-03 #HERO for free delivery.
Free drink of choice to any emergency services, health and social care workers who have a work ID on them.
99 Restaurant and Pub
20% off to-go orders for healthcare workers using online order code HERE4YOU through April 26.
30% discount to all doctors, nurses and first responders through the end of March.
The coffee giant announced Wednesday that through May 3 “any customer who identifies as a first responder or frontline worker supporting our healthcare system” will receive a free tall brewed coffee, either hot or iced.
DoorDash is actively partnering with hospitals in the U.S. and Canada to provide free access to Corporate DashPass. Every healthcare employee will receive at least 60 days of free DashPass. This includes:
- $0 delivery and reduced service fees from participating restaurants
- A safe delivery route and food drop off to the hospital’s address (in partnership with participating hospitals)
Learn more at: https://get.doordash.com/dashpass-for-healthcare
Hotels & Transportation
Free rental vehicles to help health-care workers get to their jobs in New York City, with the potential to expand to other areas.
Discounted rides to medical facilities.
The Bostonian Boston
Giving nurses, doctors, and other medical workers the chance to take a shower and change before going home to their loved ones with these discounted rooms. Call the hotel directly (617) 557-3606.
Four Seasons NYC
Hotel rooms for New York City healthcare professionals.
Donating housing for COVID-19 responders.
Flights for medical volunteers to New York.
Medical workers and first responders can get 50 cents off per gallon at several area gas stations.
Self-care & Mental Health
Free online therapy to assist nurses, doctors, and social workers cope with the stress, anxiety, and pressure of fighting COVID-19. To sign up, healthcare workers should register via the app (Google Play or App Store) or website and provide their NPI and state of residence. Once certified, they will gain access to the unlimited messaging plus plan.
headspace (meditation app)
Free premium subscription to the mindfulness and guided meditation app, for any health care provider who works in public health in the US through the end of the year. Access a full library of guided mediations (with a new one arriving each day), along with sleep sounds and bedtime exercises, all of which could help them destress. To register, you’ll need your National Provider Identifier (NPI) and an email address.
A website that helps people find caregivers for family members and provides related services is offering frontline healthcare workers and those looking for senior care, free 30-day membership.
MassMutual extends LifeBridge program, offering free life insurance to healthcare workers across Massachusetts and Connecticut to recognize their heroic contributions during pandemic. Learn more here.
Free online resources to support researchers, doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to understand and respond to the global health emergency, including the latest developments and guidance. This includes our clinical decision support resource BMJ Best Practice providing diagnosis, treatment and management advice for COVID-19 in six languages (English, Mandarin, Spanish, Russian, Georgian and Portuguese).
Makeup and Hygiene
Shipping out 40,000 of its beauty boxes to healthcare workers across the U.S., asking its followers to either nominate themselves or someone in their life who’s been working at the front lines of the pandemic to receive.
Given over 1,000 units of cleansers and 1,000 of moisturizers to healthcare workers all over the U.S. and invites followers to nominate “heroes in local communities” via social media to receive a skin-care package.
A personal care brand, is giving out two Hiki items for free (and just pay $2.50 for shipping) to hospital and medical facility workers right now. Order through their website with your work e-mail as proof of employment.
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