changing footprints into shoeprints

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Can you imagine going without shoes for a day or longer? Going to work without the right kind of footwear? Having to send your child to school barefoot?

Most people nowadays take shoes for granted. Some people even have the luxury ‘problem’ of trying to decide which pair of shoes best matches their outfit every day. However, there are still millions of children and families across the world who simply cannot afford a pair of shoes. They go to school or work barefoot every day and don’t wear shoes whilst playing or taking part in sports. This means that they can fall ill from foot infections, or that they get injured more easily and are then unable to go about their daily business.

News & Articles

Video: "The Story of the Box"

This interesting and informative video was produced within our Shoepacking Action we organized this year. "The Story of a Box" shows the first part of the shoe boxes' long journey, from our basement to a big warehouse,...

The new Shoe Aid Project Website is out

The Shoe Aid Project Website is relaunched

We are proud to announce that after all the hard work done by our dedicated team, our new and improved Shoe Aid website is finally ready and launched! Maintenance has been conducted to make our website more organized, informative,...

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Donate shoes

Do you have a few pairs of shoes lying around at home? Then you’ve come to the right place!

Donate money

Would you like to help us cover storage and transport costs? Then you’ve come to the right place!

Volunteer

Do you have some free time to help us pack shoes or organise a shoe drive? Then you’ve come to the right place!

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Sponsors' Words

Thorsten Ludwig
Our company is proud of its CSR programme which allows us to share our success by giving back to the community, and we’re proud that our team and products can support the Shoe Aid Project and help it achieve its aims.

- Thorsten Ludwig

Owner of Sole Runner Barefoot Shoes
Nathalie Adjwo
School attendance and regularity increased after Shoe Aid Project volunteers distributed shoes at our school. The children are more confident when they come to school and can now also take part in physical education lessons.

- Nathalie Adjwo

Primary School Teacher, Bertoua
Marcel Leitmann
I volunteered with the Shoe Aid Project to help distribute shoes in schools in Cameroon and I was shocked to see how many children have to go to school barefoot. I’ll never forget seeing how happy the children were when they received a pair of shoes.

- Marcel Leitmann

Volunteer in Cameroon