THE U.S. FOOTWEAR INDUSTRY’S NATION-WIDE COMMUNITY SERVICE MOVEMENT.
Since 2013, Two Ten Footwear Foundation has engaged more than 15,000 shoepeople from footwear companies across the country to help disadvantaged children and their families in the communities where we live and work. With 1 in 5 children in the U.S. currently living in poverty and food insecure, our collective work to impact this vulnerable population is needed more than ever.
Our vision for Footwear Cares® is to actively engage our entire workforce, as an inspiring and widely-recognized national model of industry-wide philanthropy and corporate social responsibility unlike any other in America.
Over the next few years, our goal is to help build a stronger and deeper culture of volunteerism and commitment to community service, that excites and engages your organization and improves the lives of disadvantaged children and their families.
Our industry’s call to action is Footwear Cares®.
For more information, e-mail Maureen Rubino at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women of Nike Participate in Footwear Cares®
On October 19, 2017, 50 women from Nike came together to participate in a Footwear Cares® Volunteer event at the Oregon Food Bank in Beaverton, OR. View the full album here.
Shoe Carnival Footwear Cares®
Warrick County Habitat for Humanity and Shoe Carnival’s Tom Vernarsky and his team of 18-volunteers broke ground in Boonville, Indiana, to build another home together. View the full album of pictures here.