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Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Share Your Soles

Oh, what to do with those shoes that the kids have outgrown before they hardly wore them? Or what about the ones you wore only a few times and can't get on now?
I just finished reading an article in my January Guideposts, entitled - Sole Survivors. If you don't get Guideposts you can read all about it here:

It's a great way to donate your shoes and know they are going to someone that truly needs them. To find drop-off sites and learn more go to their donation page:

"The shoes we give to needy children may be the only pair they ever receive in their lives. Please be sure that the shoes you share are gently worn or new, clean and can withstand heavy wear. When selecting shoes to donate, please follow our requirements:

Children’s shoes: boy’s, girl’s and infant’s -- must be new or gently worn
Adult Shoes: Men/Women, dress shoes, and casual shoes are needed -- must be new or gently worn
Shoe types: Winter boots, Cowboy, athletic shoes, canvas shoes, sandals, school shoes, Roller Blades, Slippers, Boots, ice skates, spiked shoes, wrestling shoes."


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