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Donate your old or new shoes at the 3rd annual Blueprint Save a Sole supported by FAE Envelopes

Donate your old or new shoes at the 3rd annual Blueprint Save a Sole supported by FAE Envelopes


Blueprint Save A Sole® is a largest charity Shoe drive in Nigeria. Every year we collect over 10,000 shoes (old,used and new) we collect children and Adult shoes both male and female.

Our aim is to reach out to the less privilege with a pair of shoes,  We are happy to receive shoes donations (New or Old) from any part of the world.

When you donate shoes through Save A Sole, they will be received cleaned and pass on to those who need it the most in our community.

View @saveasole on instagram for more details and pictures

Blueprint Save a Sole is the largest humanitarian aid project proudly supported by FAE Envelopes.

FAE envelopes is the largest envelope manufacturer in Nigeria and has always been a fan of giving back.

Blueprint Save A sole is an annual event and this is our third year of collection.

 In the past we have donated shoes over 10,000 shoes at Makoko and Ajegunle and we intend to go even further this year.

Final day of shoe collection would be the 6th of August 2017.

We are having a FREE shoe pick up service on the 6th of August 2017 . We would come to where you are to pick up the shoes.
Call 08023459325 for pick up.

WHY SHOES MATTER

New shoes put children on a path to:

Health.

Shoes protect against disease and infection. In many developing countries, children walk barefoot in muddy, rocky terrain to gather clean water or go to school. Parasites and diseases, including hookworm, jiggers and tetanus, can enter the body through cuts in the feet. These illnesses can stunt a child’s growth and development, as well as cause lifelong mental damage.

Education.

Shoes lower barriers to school attendance. Many schools around the world require children to wear shoes to attend, but for many poverty-stricken families, shoes are a luxury they cannot afford. Studies also show that children who are healthy are more likely to be successful in school and have higher attendance, increasing their chances of obtaining an education and rising out of poverty.

Hope.

Shoes demonstrate worth and God’s love to orphans and vulnerable children. Typically, children in orphanages share everything —they do not have a single possession of their own. New shoes provide hope for these children that someone out there cares about them and loves them unconditionally.

Opportunity.

Shoes connect families to holistic ministry. For many families, receiving shoes is often the first step to connect them to critical services. Save A Sole team help families make plans for transformation and walk alongside them as their lives are transformed.

‘Olufemi Ogunsanwo
For Save A Sole

 

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