North America


Feed The Hungry Nicaragua

30 September 2022 – “After reading about our work in an article in SNEAKER FREAKER MAGAZINE we were delighted to hear from Sneaker Impact based in Miami and to then welcome them at HQ whilst on a visit to the U.K.
We were delighted upon their return home to accept their offer of a generous donation of sneakers and for them getting these Sal’s Shoes to where they needed to be. Their donation of larger sized Sal’s Shoes have been finding special souls thanks to Feed The Hungry Nicaragua.”


23 September 2022 – “Finding new feet Friday.
Thanks to Feed the Hungry Nicaragua, we’ve been finding owners for a retailers donation of hi-top trainers at a day camp for the children from the impoverished neighbourhood of Bello Amanecer – these shoes came with stickers and pens so these Sal’s Shoes could be customised by their new owners.”

The Hungry UK

27 August 2022 – “Where Sal’s Shoes find their new feet depends on where there’s a need. And what the need for protection is.
At the end of last year, a retailer donated over 700 pairs of hi-top trainers. They had thick soles and were sturdy.
In Wawa boom Paso del Rio, Nicaragua there is a community of children who spend their days pounding rocks to produce gravel; which they sell to make money to feed their families. If they’re lucky these kids make $1 a day.
Thanks to the team in Nicaragua and Feed The Hungry UK Sal’s Shoes are protecting soles. Our work doesn’t change the world, but it can make a difference.”

The Hungry UK

10 August 2022 – “Thanks to Feed The Hungry UK your Sal’s Shoes are setting sail to find their new feet in Waspam, a municipality in the North Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region of Nicaragua.”



January 2021, It’s back to school for many of us this week 📚
As is the case in the U.K. 🇬🇧, many countries around the world have a state run education system which is free to access . . . but school uniform is mandatory, and if you cannot afford school shoes, you cannot go to school.
Last year your school shoes were worn even less than usual. Thanks to you sending them our way to find new feet for, and our Sal’s school Shoes Toe to Toe initiative, this week many of your school shoes are getting ready to get back into education in Nicaragua 🇳🇮 thanks to Feed The Hungry Nicaragua

Tuapi, Part of Puerto Cabezas


January 2020, because kids tend to outgrow their shoes before they outwear them . . . Finding new feet for your Sal’s Shoes with Feed The Hungry Nicaragua amongst the community of Tuapi, part of Puerto Cabezas 🇳🇮
Feed The Hungry UK

Waspan, North Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region


December 2020, ending our year as we started – finding new feet for your Sal’s Shoes. Today with Feed The Hungry Nicaragua in Waspan, a town in the North Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region of Nicaragua 🇳🇮

Puerto Cabeza


May 2020, Sometimes, much like life itself, finding new feet for your Sal’s Shoes doesn’t always go to plan. In November last year, over 7,000 pairs of your Sal’s Shoes arrived in Nicaragua 🇳🇮. Some of the shoes that arrived were destined for Puerto Cabezas on the Atlantic coast. The municipality and the entire region are indigenous lands and a 30 hour drive away from where your Sal’s Shoes had arrived. En route to the Miskito Coast, the truck carrying your shoes was involved in an accident and wrecked. The shoes were stored safely en route by the transportation company and after months of repairs, the truck has finally arrived at its destination. Thanks to Feed the Hungry Nicaragua, your Sal’s Shoes have finally found their new owners and are walking again 👣



February 2020, thanks to Feed The Hungry Nicaragua, your Sal’s Shoes have been finding their feet amongst barefoot children living on a rubbish dump in Estelí, Nicaragua 🇳🇮. You can only imagine what health risks their unprotected feet leave them open to.



Specialist footwear gives children whose ankles and feet need that extra support the chance to take their first few steps 🤝 January 2020, in Nicaragua 🇳🇮 your Sal’s Shoes are on horseback 🐎 [FTH Nicaragua]