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Shoes into Water for the Needy!


Our Price: $1.50
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Add a year rocker and complete this project annually!

Why should we collect shoes?

The secondhand shoes are a valuable product for street vendors to sell at affordable prices.
Funds generated from the selling of the shoes provide well drilling rigs, water purification systems, and hand pump repair. People who thirst receive fresh drinking water.
The people that purchase the shoes are those who do not have shoes and cannot afford to purchase new shoes.
The shoes protect the new owner’s feet from foot abrasions, parasites and mites.

How Can You Help?

Follow the below patch program to earn your patch.

1) Collect your own shoes and mail them to the below address OR Host a Shoe Drive OR collect within your group! Use the easy online form to request a shoe drive kit, print a donation tax receipt for your records, and get started today!

2) Start collecting your change or have a donation jar at your shoe drive to pay for the postage to mail the shoes to Missouri. You can also choose to donate a portion of your group funds to pay for the postage. If you live in Missouri, drop them off at one of the local drop offs.

3) Collect the shoes from family and friends. Gather the shoes you no longer wear and pair them by tying laces together or putting a rubber band around them.

4) Make sure the shoes you collect are in good condition. The shoes must be in good condition without holes. No dirt on the shoes.

Any style of shoe is needed – from high heels to tennis shoes to flip flops.

5)Locations collecting at the following address:
Shoeman Water Projects
1603 Manufacturers Drive
Fenton, MO 63026

6) After you have shipped or dropped off your shoes in Missouri then you can order your patch for participating in this wonderful project.

Please note: In order to assist and make this project successful the shoes need to get to the Shoeman Water Projects in Missouri.



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