When people experience economic hardship—either chronically or because of a crisis—meeting basic needs is a challenge. Together with 1,800+ partners around the world, we get new shoes and clothing to people in crisis, freeing up financial resources they can use toward other needs.
“For me, having a new pair of shoes… meant that I was worthy. It meant I had a choice when choice was such a rare commodity in my life. It meant that I could walk and jump and move without pain. It meant that I had dignity.”
– Khadijah Williams, a survivor of homelessness and advocate for homeless youth
New shoes give people the feeling of joy and dignity they deserve.
Play a direct role in distributing
shoes to people in need.