Child homelessness is here.
13,789 kids in South Florida are experiencing homelessness; but why give shoes to kids without homes?
A good pair of shoes can change a child’s future.
I am so enthusiastic to be the founding sponsor to support brand new athletic shoes to our deserving Broward County students. These properly fitting shoes will promote physical activity, self-esteem, and happiness.
Much like new clothes, brand-new footwear not only makes children and youth feel great (especially those in need), but also levels the playing field quite literally. Receiving new sneakers, tennis shoes, and socks for students experiencing homelessness in Broward County is a game changer. Parents/caregivers have one less thing to worry about! Thank you, 4EveryKid initiative, for understanding how important new shoes are to those who need them most!
Help us meet our goal of providing shoes to the 13,789 local
kids experiencing homelessness.
Recommend a gift through your Donor Advised Fund, or Family, Community or Private Foundation.
EIN: 20-4023482 Mailing address: 1101 Donelson Ave. PO Box 429 Old Hickory TN 37138
Join Sole Society
Support 50 or more kids with a gift of $1,000+ and become a part of a special group of donors investing in local kids.
Partner With Us
Get your company on board! Soles4Souls will work with you to create a campaign specific to your company or brand.
Start a fundraiser to raise money towards putting shoes on kids’ feet in Southeast Florida. $20 = 1 pair
$20 can provide a brand new pair of name-brand athletic shoes. Just $20 each month provides 12 pairs each year.
The proof is in our numbers. Shoes are a need.
Thank you to our supporters!
4EveryKid in South Florida would not be possible without the philanthropic
support of local individuals, companies and organizations. Together,
we are providing joy, education, and health to local children.
Special thanks to those who have provided 50 or more kids with a
new pair of shoes, by investing $1,000+.
A Special Thanks to our Founding Sponsor
Support has been provided by the following Funds at the Community Foundation of Broward:
Gene and Collette Herman Family Fund
James I. Coddington Jr. Charitable Fund
*indicates multi-year commitments