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Causes: Disaster Aid, Emergency Assistance, Human Services, International, International Development, Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness & Relief

Mission: Soles4Souls creates sustainable jobs and provides relief through the distribution of shoes and clothing around the world.

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7 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Donor

Rating: 5

Soles4Souls has been an absolute pleasure to work with. They are doing amazing work around the world. Everyone in the organization is so dedicated and committed to improve lives and wear out poverty. We are truly honored to be partnered with them.

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S4S Team 10/03/2017

Sandra, so grateful for your partnership. Thanks for all you do in support of those making their way out of poverty!

Donor

Rating: 5

Soles4Souls has been a reliable donations partner for our company for years. They have the full package: a powerful mission and the back-end support to make the donation process easy and streamlined. We could not be happier with our partnership with Soles4Souls!

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S4S Team 07/28/2017

Michael, we are most grateful for your support. Thank you for your partnership and trust!

Donor

Rating: 5

There are no words to express how truly wonderful of an experience working with Soles4Souls is! Truly LIFE CHANGING! 3 years ago, I teamed up our small school and small community with Soles4Souls, and successfully collected nearly 10,000 shoes in 2 months! We now are home to one of their largest warehouses and are Ohio's Regional Collection Site, thanks to Keller Trucking! Last year we collected 41,500 books for Hope4Souls, and this year, we have a goal of 50,000 shirts for Clothes4Souls. The staff is amazing and very hands on! I have personally visited their world headquarters in Nashville, and was amazed at their open door policy. We personally met everyone that was at work that day! This organization has changed not only my life, but the life of our school, and our community! Hands down, the best organization EVER!

Donor

Rating: 4

Our Director of Field Sales & Marketing (functioning as President of Women in Cable & Television President) got us active along with competing Cable Companies to donate shoes for Soles4Souls. When all was said in done we donated over 80 pairs of shoes. I was responsible for collecting them from Wisconsin Time Warner, packing them and getting them shipped. I received wonderful thank you notes from WICT, Soles4Souls and even Village Northwest Unlimited who received some of the shoes for their clients. It is a most worthwhile charity to donate shoes to.

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K'Zaynab G.

Donor

Rating: 4

As part of a large national walking event, I first learned about Soles4Souls in 2009 when we began recycling shoes post-event to be donated to them. I gained interest in S4S and continued to follow their doings in various ways, mostly online. I can see the difference they are making in the lives of thousands of impoverished peoples. This is an easy and accessible way to make a difference and the results are plain to see in the smiles on recipients' faces as they wear their new shoes with joy.

Ken_14

Donor

Rating: 5

Soles4Souls not only does great work, but they do it well, and with integrity. Their organization is filled with people who truly care about those they serve.

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Donor

Rating: 1

I was informed by people who have been to the Domican Republic that all the shoes and clothing items sent over there are taken by the local citizens and sold on the street corners in Haiti. There was also a show on tv explaining all the scams going on involving donations by good hearted caring citizens of the US. They even showed a rapper singing his song about how the citizens of the US are so stupied and that's with a captial "S". They laugh in our faces and brag about how rich they get off of our good intentions. Why do we keep falling for all these sick scams. Leave me out of this one.