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It was a wonderful evening, proving once again that we have an incredibly generous and compassionate industry that truly cares about each other.  Together we raised a record-breaking $4 million dollars that will go directly to helping footwear families in crisis.


Held at New York City’s extraordinary Intrepid Sea, Air, & Space Museum, the industry’s most prestigious and highly anticipated evening of philanthropy and celebration brought together people from across the industry to enjoy the stunning venue, reconnect with each other, and raise funds for emergency financial assistance, natural disaster recovery, referral services and the many other support services and programs provided by Two Ten for footwear employees and their families.


We were honored to recognize Joe Ouaknine, Co-Founder & Chairman, Titan Industries and CEO, Badgley Mischka LLC, with the Bob Campbell Lifetime Achievement Award. We are so thankful for his many years of support and leadership. Joe’s impact on our community and all of the lives he’s touched will resonate for decades to come.


Gala Chair Cliff Sifford, along with Carl Scibatta, Todd Beurman and the entire team at Shoe Carnival were extraordinary partners in helping plan the event. We are so grateful for the time, energy and resources they invested to ensure its success.

We would also like to thank our Gala committee and its Chairs, Katie Butler, Joel Oblonsky and Joe Ouaknine. Their years of dedication and passion for Two Ten is awe-inspiring.

Thank you for helping us change the lives and careers of footwear employees and their families. Those of you who joined us in New York for our 80th Annual Two Ten Gala came together and demonstrated the power of our industry’s philanthropy.