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Delivering shoes to kids, and crucial funding to footwear families when crisis strikes.

Shoes to the World partnered with Two Ten’s Share Your Shoes program to help provide 1,000 pairs of new shoes to children at Laurel and Mission Hill elementary schools in Oceanside, CA.

“Thank you so much for your generosity.  These shoes are greatly needed by our students.  You have no idea what a big difference you’ve made,” said Mr. Boyd, a Special Education teacher at Mission Hill.

A first grader told one of our volunteers: “ I’m so happy I am going to die! This is the best day of my life.”

Corporate partners can now provide Two Ten Footwear Foundation with donated inventory that is directly converted to critically needed funding for our emergency relief efforts and The Common Good Fund that goes to help footwear families in need.  Additionally, through our special partnerships with footwear companies, we redistribute footwear to select national charities that serve low-income families.

Learn more about how you can Share Your Shoes.

WIFI Lunch & Learn: May 2019

Thursday, May 9, 2019

  On May 8th, consultant and facilitator Ron Ross hosted a WIFI Lunch & Learn on harnessing emotional intelligence in the workplace. In this compelling session, Ron defined emotional intelligence (or EQ), described the four components of EQ, identified methods to measure your own EQ and explored strategies to improve EQ. The session also featured … Read More

Two Ten and the Footwear Industry Go Outside

Thursday, April 25, 2019

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Wednesday, April 17, 2019

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National Shoe The World Day

Thursday, March 28, 2019

When we put out an ask to the local footwear community to participate in a shoe drive to celebrate National Shoe The World Day, we were overwhelmed, but not surprised, by the outpouring of support and goodwill. Joining forces with Converse, Earth, Honeywell, Rockport, Shoes.com, and Wolverine, we collected over 1,700 pairs of new and … Read More

Mariah’s Story

Friday, March 15, 2019

Mariah was one of two recipients of the Bruce Fendell Scholarship. She tells her story at our Gala, and Rachel Fendell Satinsky, Bruce’s daughter, describes what this scholarship means to her family.

The First Ever African American Footwear Forum

Friday, March 1, 2019

The first ever African American Footwear Forum (AAFF) took place last week in Washington D.C. The Forum brought together African American talent from across the footwear industry in a way no previous event has. It also helped close out Black History Month 2019 at a time when questions surrounding diversity and opportunity are at the … Read More

Exciting Changes Coming to the Two Ten WIFI Mentoring Program!

Thursday, February 28, 2019

We are pleased to announce some exciting improvements to the WIFI Mentoring Program for the 2019 calendar year. If you haven’t had the opportunity to be involved in the mentoring program – now is the time! We are evolving the program with a new, online platform that will include a mobile mentorship experience to keep … Read More

Winter Walk Highlights Homelessness & Kicks Off Two Ten Day Celebrations

Monday, February 11, 2019

Our Two Ten team joined thousands of people bundled up to walk through the streets of Boston Sunday morning with a mission to help end homelessness during the third annual Winter Walk.  The walk takes place in February to demonstrate the hardships that homeless individuals face during the winter.  The event organizers wanted to raise … Read More