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|photo courtesy of RizalPark.Org|
That boy was pertaining to the colorful Philippines relief map located at Rizal Park, more popularly known as Luneta. One could see the intricate designs of the Philippine’s three main islands: Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, when the train passes by from Central Terminal to United Nations LRT stations. Despite the child’s continuous plea, the father seemed uninterested at all.
|"sari-sari store" - photo courtesy of en.wikipedia.org|
STEP 1: WEAR
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STEP 2: SHARE
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Once Soles United receive your Crocs, they will sort, clean, ground up and turn it into new Soles United footwear. These shoes are made out of 20% recycled proprietary Croslite material and have the Crocs recycle the logo imprinted on top.
STEP 4: DONATE
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Once the Soles United shoes are made, they are boxed up and shipped out to organizations that in turn make these shoes reach to the needy, with the help of the Brother’s Brother Foundation and Feed the Children.
So, will you donate a Crocs to poor children in the Philippines?
Sweet Says... Yes, especially if Crocs Philippines promotes this recycle-your-old-crocs program.