LIST: Companies offering free items to first responders and medical professionals
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Various companies show their support and gratitude to first responders and medical staff by offering free products and services.
Here is a list of gifts:
Krispy Kreme shows gratitude to healthcare workers battling the coronavirus pandemic by offering them free donuts. The deal begins on March 30, which is National Physician Day. Any doctor, nurse or member of the healthcare staff with an employee ID can pick up dozens of frozen donuts free of charge at any Krispy Kreme drive-thru service every Monday through the week of 6 to May 12, which is National Nurses Week.
Crocs joins the growing list of companies giving freebies to healthcare workers battling the coronavirus pandemic. The company launched its new program, “A Free Pair for Healthcare”, offering free Crocs to doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers. Workers can visit Crocs.com to request a free pair while supplies last.
Starbucks is offering free coffee to frontline COVID-19 responders until May 3. Any client who identifies as a first responder or frontline worker supporting our health system will receive a great brewed coffee – hot or iced – at no cost. This includes police, firefighters, paramedics, doctors, nurses, hospital and medical staff, and medical researchers.
Circle K is offering free coffee or a Polar Pop to first responders and healthcare professionals. This includes hospital workers, doctors, health care facility workers, emergency medical service personnel, police, firefighters, and military personnel. A valid ID is required to use the free drink at any time of the day or night. The offer is expected to last until March 31.
Uber Health provides trips for healthcare workers to and from patients’ homes as well as between healthcare facilities. In the United States, Uber partners with 1199SEIU, one of the country’s largest health unions, while in Europe and Latin America, it works with public authorities to provide rides. The company said it was also working to expand the service to other countries.
Airbnb says it will provide free or subsidized housing for medical professionals, rescue workers and rescue personnel, “generally closer to their place of work,” the company said in a statement. “Medical workers and first responders are providing vital support during the coronavirus outbreak and we want to help,” said Airbnb co-founder Joe Gebbia.
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