Working for the common good comes naturally to shoepeople.
As part of our Footwear Cares® initiative, 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 since 2013.
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.
Here are some examples of places you can volunteer or initiatives you can start at your company as part of Footwear Cares®:
- Local food bank
- Homeless shelter in your area
- Habitat for Humanity
- Different kinds of drives you can set up at the office, ex: clothing, suits for soldiers, canned goods, blood, diapers, etc.
Please check back on this page for more cities to come!
For more information about volunteering or Footwear Cares®, please contact Maureen Rubino at firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-736-1515.
In a specific city? Here are some links to volunteer organizations that we’ve had Footwear Cares events at:
Food Bank of NYC https://www.foodbanknyc.org/
Henry Street Settlement https://www.henrystreet.org/
WIN (Women in Need) http://winnyc.org/
God’s Love We Deliver https://www.glwd.org/
America Scores http://www.newyorkscores.org/
Big Brothers Big Sisters NYC https://www.bigsnyc.org/
Bowery Mission https://www.bowery.org/
City Harvest https://www.cityharvest.org/
The Father’s Heart https://www.fathersheartnyc.org/
Ronald McDonald House https://www.rmh-newyork.org/
Why Not Care https://www.whynotcare.com/
Gigi’s Playhouse https://gigisplayhouse.org/
Look Good Feel Better http://lookgoodfeelbetter.org/
Communities in Schools https://www.communitiesinschools.org/affiliates/
Kayla Cares for Kids https://kaylacares4kids.org/
Local Matters local-matters.org
Furniture Bank of Central Ohio furniturebankcoh.org
Mid-Ohio Food Bank https://www.midohiofoodbank.org/get_involved/volunteer/
St. Stephen’s Community House http://www.saintstephensch.org/
Dress for Success Columbus https://columbus.dressforsuccess.org/
Hands On Bay Area https://www.handsonbayarea.org/
SF-Marin Food Bank https://www.sfmfoodbank.org/
Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly http://littlebrotherssf.org/
Habitat for Humanity San Francisco https://www.habitatgsf.org/
Ronald McDonald House San Francisco http://ronaldhouse-sf.org/
Alameda Food Bank http://www.alamedafoodbank.org/
Seattle Works https://www.seattleworks.org/othervol
Northwest Harvest Food Bank http://www.northwestharvest.org/
Seattle Animal Shelter http://www.seattle.gov/animalshelter
Seattle Ronald McDonald House https://www.rmhcseattle.org/
Seattle Children’s Hospital http://www.seattlechildrens.org/ways-to-help/volunteer/
St. Louis United Way https://www.stlvolunteer.org/
St. Louis Children’s Hospital http://www.stlouischildrens.org/ways-give/volunteering
St. Louis Area Food Bank http://stlfoodbank.org/get-involved/volunteer/
St. Louis Crisis Nursery https://crisisnurserykids.org/get-involved/volunteer-opportunities
St. Louis Habitat for Humanity https://www.habitatstl.org/volunteering/