Fifth annual TOMS Shoes: One Day Without Shoes

Please Save the Date and join the TOMS Shoes family on April 10th in a Barefoot Walk to celebrate the Fifth  annual TOMS Shoes: One Day Without Shoes  as we go barefoot to generate awareness for children in need!  Go barefoot for a full day, an hour, or even just a minute for a great cause.

Location: Tompkins Square Park (East 10th and Ave A, Baseball Field)

Date: Tues, April 10, 2012

Time: 9:00am meet at the venue and it will begin at 9:30am-10:30am

Every year, TOMS Shoes asks the world to go without shoes so that kids don’t have to with its annual One Day Without Shoes event.  This is the day each year that TOMS ( raises awareness of the impact a pair of shoes can have on a child’s life.  

Leave your hat on...but take your shoes off for a good cause.

Millions of children around the world grow up without shoes, at risk of infection and disease. TOMS Shoes was founded on the premise that with every pair of shoes someone purchases, a pair of new shoes will be given to a child in need.  One for One™.  The idea of One Day Without Shoes came about as a way to call attention to the need for shoes around the world and the issues surrounding that need.

One Day Without Shoes participants can go to to get all the latest updates, create and join events in their area, download an event tool kit, and see what others around the world will be doing on April 10th . See if your boss will do this as a team building exercise. Take up a donation from your friends/family for the 60 minutes you’re without shoes and make a donation to TOMS.  Every penny will help make a difference.  If you simply can’t, then remember that for every purchase of Toms Shoes you buy, they will give one to a child that is in need.


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