The devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey on the city of Houston continues to send shock throughout our nation as the estimated cost of damage has been projected to be around $190 billion, surpassing Hurricane Katrina. There’s no doubt that the people of Houston need our help, so George Kiel III, founder of the Kiel Colon Cancer Foundation, is organizing the “SHOU” drive on September 30th with one goal – to be the biggest shoe drive in history for a truly worthy cause.
The SHOU drive is accepting new and lightly worn sneakers throughout the month of September, with several drop-off locations in Portland, Los Angeles, Dallas, Houston and Austin. If you’re not in any of those locations, you can mail the shoes in as well. Full info can be found on the SHOU drive website.
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