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Footwear Cares Impact Report

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Each April, Two Ten Footwear Foundation launches its national Footwear Cares community volunteer campaign, inspiring footwear employees from across the country to come together to support disadvantaged children and their families in their surrounding communities. Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, Footwear Cares 2018 is off to a fantastic start with employees volunteering their … Read More

Visualizing the end of child abuse.

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

There are 688 confirmed cases of child abuse or neglect in Massachusetts each week. This is a staggering and sobering number in its own right. But to see this visualized is even more impactful and it creates a lasting impression that is hard to shake. The Children’s Trust of Massachusetts does just that at their … Read More

Power to the People

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

After six months without electricity, Two Ten is helping to turn the lights back on. Hurricane Maria was the most serious and damaging hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in history. “We thought we were going to die,” one footwear employee told Two Ten. “My house was shaking. You could hear the firecracker sound of electrical … Read More

Footwear Companies Donate Shoes to Families in Need.

Thursday, February 1, 2018

On January 24th, Two Ten in partnership with Shoes.com, Wolverine Worldwide, and the Children’s Trust had the privilege to serve some of Cambridge’s finest. With a total of over 160 pairs of shoes donated, the afternoon was filled with smiles and more thank you’s than you can count. Each family served at the Cambridge Center … Read More

Women of Nike: Footwear Cares Event

Thursday, October 26, 2017

On October 19th, over 50 Women from all departments of Nike got together at the Oregon Food Bank in Beaverton for a “Women of Nike”  Footwear Cares Volunteer event. These women put on their hair nets,  rolled up their sleeves and got to work lifting, labeling, sorting, weighing and bagging over 9,000 pounds of raw … Read More