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I work for a company that has sample shoes (only one). I'm trying to find an organization that we could donate these to, people with injuries and only have one foot, amputees. Does anyone know of such an organization?
By Kathy from Greenville, SC
I saw Heather Mills (Paul McCartney's ex wife) on a show talking about all the amputees in haiti after the earthquake and she is involved with a non profit for prosthetics. maybe google her name and see if a non profit comes up.. I am sure the need for odd shoes would be mentioned.
What about Wounded Warriors, http://www.woun riorproject.org/
If they can't use them, they will probably know who can.
You can also donate them to nose, www.oddshoe.org, a great service for people for whatever reason only need one shoe or have mismatched feet.
Please can you let me know where I can donate new odd size single ladies shoes.
I am an amputee of the right leg. When I buy a pair of shoes I have a whole shelf of right shoes size 6-61/12.
If you find out let me know. I have the same problem. Just discovered Jos shoes website which might help.
I have some single left or right shoes that are samples. In Melbourne, where can I send them?
Google soles4souls also ask at your local VA hospital or VFW