1. Soles4Souls: "The Pepsi Kids"


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    What started out as a simple chore, led to Pepsi and ultimately a lesson in respecting your surroundings for a dozen children in Monte de los Olivos, Honduras. Help support our project "Olivos" providing gently used shoes to a community to use as a source of income to step out of poverty. https://soles4souls.org/olivos/ Photos courtesy of Briana Marie http://www.brianamariephoto.com/

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    • Soles4Souls Presents: Olivos


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      Join Soles4Souls during our Summer Campaign and help an entire village in Honduras, and thousands of entrepreneurs around the word, thrive. Visit soles4souls.org/olivos to see how you can get involved!

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      • The Power of a Pair of Shoes


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        Do you know the power of a pair of shoes? A new pair of shoes can help those in need all around the globe. A used pair of shoes can help create jobs! Find out more at soles4souls.org

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        • Philippines Disaster Relief Trip


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          Tacloban, Philippines - Project Sole partnered with several athletic footwear brands to provide clothing and shoes to the victims of Typhoon Yolanda in March, 2014.

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          • Project Sole - Philippines


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            Tacloban, Philippines - Project Sole partnered with: Brooks, Newton, Royal Elastics, Lonehorn Jeans, Stride Rite, Born, Columbia, Propet, Blow Fish, Chinese Laundry and Under Armour to deliver 11,000 pairs of shoes, over 7,000 pieces of clothing and unmeasurable amounts of hope to the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.

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            • Soles4Souls:Micro-enterprise in Haiti


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              Micro-enterprise is a core component of how Soles4Souls fights poverty, while at the same time providing us the funding we need to operate – to collect, donate and distribute literally millions of articles of clothing and shoes, both in the U.S. and in disadvantaged communities around the world. Read on to learn about this important movement for social change! The term “micro-enterprise” describes an approach toward helping the poor and their communities by providing sustainable jobs to impoverished people through the creation of ultra-small (micro) businesses. This might mean, for example, a single table selling used shoes in an open marketplace. Or a street vendor with an inventory of used jeans spread out on a blanket. Developed over the last decade, micro-enterprise has become a global movement supported by hundreds of governments, business leaders, not-for-profits and NGOs, researchers and social change advocates. The concept itself is simple, an embodiment of the old saying, “Give a man a fish, he will eat for a day; give him a way to fish, and he will eat for a lifetime.”

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              • Project Sole: Costa Rica 2013


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                Limon, Costa Rica - Project Sole traveled to Costa Rica to give shoes to schools, orphanages and a retirement home. Greyson Johns, a volunteer, describes the experience from his perspective.

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                • Project Sole - Oklahoma Tornado May 2013


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                  MOORE OK - Project Sole partnered with Keen to deliver 2,500 pairs of boots to the victims of the tornado in Moore, OK. on May 25, 2013. Filmed and edited by: Canico Studios www.canicostudios.com Music credit to: Tom Freeman

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                  • Project Sole - West Africa 2012


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                    GHANA AFRICA - In December of 2012, Project Sole fulfilled it's promise of collecting and distributing 12,000 pairs of shoes in West Africa. Shoes are a basic necessity that make it possible for people to travel, work, receive an education and enjoy life's simple pleasures. With a mission to improve the world with shoes, Project Sole invites you to enjoy this visual experience of their journey. Recognition and appreciation is given to Canico Studios (http://www.CanicoStudios.com) for the great filming and editing and also to Tom Freeman (http://www.youtube.com/user/TommyLFreeman) for providing inspirational and moving music.

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                    • Project Sole - West Africa 2012 Montage


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                      ACCRA GHANA - Project Sole spent the early part of December visiting villages and schools in West Africa giving out shoes and sharing some holiday love as Sneaker Santas. A full container with over 12,000 pairs of shoes was collected and distributed among children and adults who were previously living without the comfort and protection which comes from quality footwear.

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