Have your children grown out of their shoes?

Would you like them to be reused in Zambia?

Many children in Zambia do not have shoes due to poverty and this makes them vulnerable to infection by parasites such as hookworm. Injuries to feet and ankles can lead to ulcers and other conditions. Children cannot attend a state school unless they have shoes and many families cannot afford to buy shoes, so children miss out on an education.

If you have pairs of children’s shoes you would like to donate please get in touch with us via our 'contact us' page.

Ideally the shoes will be in good condition but no longer needed by your child and be between size 7 (child) and size 3 (adult) – either school type shoes or trainers.

If you could also help with transportation costs by sticking a pound coin to the sole of one of the shoes that would be gratefully received too, but is not essential.