Shoes For Haiti

Have some shoes your kids have outgrown but are still in great shape? Don’t throw them out! The earthquake victims in Haiti need our help, and this is an easy way for Birmingham moms to lend a hand.

We are all aware of the tragedy that is happening right now in Haiti. If you are one of the many that feel the need to help but don’t know how, don’t know where to start or maybe you don’t have the extra cash laying around to send, we have the scoop on a way you can help and it’s as simple as an old pair of shoes you know you have in your closet or garage.

MyScoop is setting up drop off locations around the city. Shoes can be new or gently worn. If you have a few bucks, check out a local thrift store,

Drop off locations include Manhattan South off Highway 280 in Cahaba Village next to Whole Foods, Gloss Denim Boutique at The Summit, Swank in Mountain Brook Village next to Starbucks, Ivory and White Boutique in Crestline. They will also be collecting this Saturday night at The Alabama Ballet’s Pointe Ball at Saks Fifth Avenue.

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