Hari Mari is donating 400 pairs of sandals to two Texas-based hospitals, Dallas’ UT Southwestern Medical Center and Houston’s TIRR Memorial Hermann Center, to thank the men and women fighting on the front lines of the Covid-19 pandemic. In addition to the donations, the company has launched its ‘Nominate a Nurse’ program to spread the wealth and send free pairs of flip-flops to inspiring healthcare workers across the country.
“Giving back is a core part of Hari Mari’s mission, so partnering with these incredible hospitals in this time of need just seemed organic for us,” states Flops Fighting Cancer Director, Hannah Sumers. “We’re more grateful than ever for each person working to keep our country moving forward during these times of uncertainty!”
From Hari Mari’s start in 2012, the brand has valued philanthropic action in its business model. It’s Flops Fighting Cancer Initiative sees the brand donate one percent of all sales to help pay off medical bills and treatment costs for families battling pediatric cancer diagnoses.
To nominate someone for the ‘Nominate a Nurse’ program, please visit here.
Hari Mari founders, Lila and Jeremy Stewart