The Shoes for Kids Project

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The Shoes for Kids Project

  1. 1. The “Shoes for Kids” Project © 2012 Concept and presentation design by Sandra Davis
  2. 2. What is “Shoes for Kids”? • “Shoes for Kids” will: – Collect donations of new tennis shoes – Distribute those shoes to children in need
  3. 3. Why help “Shoes for Kids”? Many kids do not have tennis shoes that fit their feet NEED
  4. 4. Some kids have only old, worn out shoes Or worse…the most common summer shoe dangerous and bad for feet
  5. 5. Who gets the shoes? The kids living in Massac County Housing Authority These are my Summer Camp kids Photo by Linda Vogt
  6. 6. Photographs by William Parmley Our beautiful community. Perfect for a nice walk, in proper shoes. Waterfall at Fern Clyffe State Park Lake Glendale
  7. 7. Help us get kids playing, outside
  8. 8. Biking, hiking and visiting Superman Photographs by William Parmley Fort Massac Hiking/Biking Trail River to River Trail Crossing near One Horse Gap
  9. 9. • Maybe a little less
  10. 10. Maybe a little more Massac County Housing Authority Summer Youth Camp 2010 Photo by Sandra Davis
  11. 11. The Plan 1. We partner together to host a 4-5 week shoe drive in May 2. We set up donation boxes at local businesses and churches 3. We collect the shoes 4. We distribute shoes to needy kids
  12. 12. Massac County Logo design by professional graphic artist Jackie Smith
  13. 13. Kiwanis Logo by Jackie Smith
  14. 14. Sponsors Reaching for Kids and Youth of Massac County Executive Director - Doris Vogt $1000
  15. 15. • Special thanks to the team at Massac County Housing Authority • For without their support none of this would be possible • Paul McKnight, Executive Director • Linda Vogt, Clerk • Judy Young, Office Manager • Jayme Hornback, Occupancy Clerk
  16. 16. Thank you. Questions?

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