In Memory of our late Co-founder
Cindy Bonuchi who passed away July 26th 2015.
In 2012 Cindy had a vision from God after attending a Sunday school class, she wanted to help local children in need with new tennis shoes. Her and God's vision continues today
Shoes from the Heart continues helping local children in need, it started in 2012. We are continuing to expand throughout the US, we have been blessed to have the support of regional communities and organizations helping us on our journey.
Our mission is to support the children of our community, region and our country in their time of need and always working towards a greater good. We help those seeking help in a time of need. Our organization serves people of all races, creeds and religions. We do not discriminate. We merely support all children by serving as a guiding light.
Shoes from the Heart believes in making a difference in the lives of those who have been affected by unforeseen circumstances by simply providing a basic need that we cannot live without.......Shoes
Where do donations come from?
Donations come from private individuals, local businesses, organizations, church groups and both local and nation corporations. Donations can be made by sending a check to Shoes from the Heart or by pressing the donate button. Where can donations be mailed to?
Shoes from the Heart
PO Box 171
Macon MO 63552
Are donations tax deductible and is Shoes from the Heart
an official 501(c) 3 not for profit organization?
Shoes from the Heart is a officially registered not for profit by the State of Missouri and the IRS with the purpose of raising funds and contributions to purchase shoes for children in need.
Shoes from the Heart continues to provide good quality new tennis shoes for local children.
Donations help us provide shoes to local children.
For each $10 we can provide a new pair of tennis shoes to those in need.
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Helping local head start children with new tennis shoes
Helping school districts with shoes for children
Helping foster children, childrens division, shelters