Non-Profit Eco-Organizations

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LiveCooler: Reduces carbon footprint by donating CFL to low income families.

Clarks and UNICEF Shoe Biz Appeal: Clarks and UNICEF have teamed up to collect used shoes in the UK. Shoes can be dropped off at Clarks stores. The proceeds for the sale of the shoes will go toward UNICEF world-wide educational programs. - link

Heart & Sole: provides new and gently used shoes to the poorest of the world’s people. This program is run by Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. - link

Project Shoe Assist: Northern CA based organization “collects new and gently used athletic shoes once a year for a two month period. The shoes are then packed and shipped to Brazil where they are distributed to those who are truly in need. - link

Recycled Runners: list both international and domestic collections of gently used running shoes. If you need to restock new running shoes, this organization has partnered with 50% of the proceeds are donated to the charity of the month. - link

Sole Responsibility: Has collected, washed and sent to Third World countries new and “near-new” athletic shoes along with other athletic equipment. (Boulder, Co based) - link

The Shoe Bank: provides shoes for twenty thousand people every year - primarily children, both here and abroad. They collect the following: Good used children’s shoes, men’s and women’s athletic shoes, and men’s dress shoes can be donated at schools, athletic facilities, and retail stores displaying Shoe Bank depositories. - link

Warren Strider: provides running shoes to local and area low/moderate income families who often are unable to purchase adequate running shoes for their children. - link

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