We are already over half a week into the school year! The summer flew by.
During that summer, I’m certain our girls grew at least 2 inches each. All of a sudden their clothes either don’t fit or they are way too short. And their shoes? Well, their toes are squished into the font or hanging off the front. Kids grow fast!
We are blessed that we can afford to buy the girls new shoes when they need them (but often, grandma likes to do it, and we don’t argue). Getting shoes at Rack Room Shoes where they always have a Buy One Get One 50 Percent Off deal certainly helps us get more bang for our buck.
Unfortunately, there are many children and families that aren’t in the same situation, but Shoes That Fit and Rack Room Shoes are here to make a difference with your help.
Shoes That Fit is a national non-profit organization that provides new shoes to local children in need for the Back to School season.
Rack Room Shoes has partnered with Shoes That Fit to help so many kids in need and they are asking for your help. They are inviting customers to participate in the Shoes That Fit campaign in stores and it’s super easy! Rack Room Shoes sent us a gift card and some bags to color to show just how easy and fun it is for the kids.
How to participate:
- Go to your local Rack Room Shoes store for your family’s Back to School shoe needs
- Donate $5 or more in-store to the Shoes That Fit campaign to benefit disadvantaged children in your local community. Or, donate online at Rack Room Shoes.
- In exchange for your donation, you will receive a special colorable Shoes That Fit tote bag
- Color your tote bag with your children for a fun family activity and support your local community at the same time
All of the funds collected at Rack Room Shoes stores stay local, benefitting children in your community. The more money that is raised, the more resources available to purchase shoes for students in your area.
Last year, Rack Room Shoes raised more than half a million dollars through this campaign.
How are you helping to give back to your community this school year?