Campaign sends free sneakers across the country to nurses in need
Nurses walk an average of 10,000 to 15,000 steps per shift, making sneakers an essential part of their uniform. As the coronavirus pandemic spread throughout hospitals across the country, Long Island’s Ajon Crump had discovered a need for nurses that was being neglected. Crump’s cousin who is a nurse on the frontlines sparked the movement by being the first nurse to be surprised with sneakers. Crump wanted to think bigger and not just help her cousin, that's when “Nurses Keep Going” was born, she expanded her one act of kindness to a full-fledged campaign focused on giving back to the health care workers on the frontlines that have worked and continue to work tirelessly during this pandemic.
07.15.20 | 02:16 | CC