There are hundreds of millions of children, teens, and adults who do not have a pair of shoes to wear every day. Despite the terrain and the climate, they walk barefoot everywhere. Their daily struggle is one we can't begin to imagine. Living on your feet can result in a lifetime of pain, injury, cuts, sores, parasites, and parasites. Students and clients who are wearing shoes are outlawed by schools and businesses. People who don't have appropriate footwear are also stigmatized. People who wear footwear also affects their health, education, and financial stability. One problem leads to another, creating a never-ending cycle.
Even though they are much too heavy for them, there are a few people who are lucky enough to have one pair of shoes. Shoes will last for many years as they grow, but they are only allowed to be worn for special occasions. They may have one pair of shoes that are too small and tight for them (they will make them work), but having one pair of shoes at all is a luxury.
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- At work, school, or somewhere in your neighborhood, start a shoe drive
- Volunteer. Volunteer. There are nine distribution centers in the United States
- You may also volunteer in your own neighborhood to assist those who need shoes locally
- Create a campaign
- To donate shoes, visit Soles4Souls
- To post on social media, use #NationalShoeTheWorldDay.org
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In March of 2014, Donald Zsemonadi and the United Indigenous People in Fontana, California, inspired National Shoe the World Day.
Q. How can shoes shield our feet?
A. Shoes protect our feet in a variety of ways. They first shield our feet's bottoms from sharp or jagged objects and infections. They also shield our feet from the elements that keep them warm, dry, and out of the sun.. Shoes, finally, provide protection and absorption as we walk and run..
Is both feet always the same size? Q. Is it really the same size?
A. Often, our feet are different sizes. Although the difference may be negligible, one foot will often be marginally larger than the other.