UK

October 2020, this week your Sal’s larger sized Shoes have been warming up feet with: – the U.K. operations of https://care4calais.org amongst refugees and asylum seekers in London still having to wear flip flops despite the weather because it’s the only footwear they have
And
https://theirvoicemodernslavery.org.uk working securely and confidentially in partnership with other organisations providing practical gifts and support for survivors of modern slavery in Kent, Surrey & Greater London – flip flops for the hospital bags provided for heavily pregnant women recently rescued from sexual exploitation and larger sized shoes for women rescued from human trafficking and modern day slavery and recently housed in safe accommodation.

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London

September 2020, This week thanks to your donations to our School Shoes Fund, Sal’s Shoes have been giving vulnerable children starting school at https://leyf.org.uk Nurseries in London 🇬🇧 an extra spring in their step 👣

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Lewisham, South London

March 2020, your Sal’s Shoes trainers have been finding their new feet amongst teenagers in Lewisham, a London borough in South London 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 thanks to https://www.youthfirst.org.uk

Hackney, North East London

December 2019, your Sal’s Shoes were finding their new feet at Santa’s Grotto on the De Beauvoir Estate – a council estate in De Beauvoir town, a district of Hackney, North East London courtesy of https://thecrib.org.uk/ 🇬🇧 The Crib was initially formed to address anti social behaviour and a recognised deficiency of youth provision in the Shoreditch neighbourhood. It was known as the Hoxton Community Safety Project, before the young people it was working with changed the name to The Crib, meaning they felt at home. The Crib empowers children, young people and young adults to reach their highest potential and be agents of positive social change 🤝

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Central London

In October 2019 – It was setting off to find new feet in the UK 🇬🇧 📦

Our surplus of your larger sized men’s shoes will be finding their new feet at The Soup Kitchen http://amchurch.co.uk/soup-kitchen a resource for the homeless, elderly, lonely and poor in Central London 👣

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