Shoeless NZ

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Katie Boom gave up shoes in 2012 after returning from Cambodia. Every NZD$20 donated (the price of a cheap pair of shoes!) sends a Cambodia

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Every $20 donated to Shoeless buys the shoes, uniform, and school supplies for a Cambodian child's school year. Just let that sink in: $20 for a year of education. Also, Shoeless is a 100% charity, which means we send every cent of our Shoeless Kids donations to our partner organization, Care for Cambodia - www.careforcambodia.org.kh

Shoeless has already raised over $10,000 for our kids in Cambodia. We are so excited to be able to support schools by going barefoot.

Shoeless has appeared on:

Breakfast on One (TV),

NZHerald.co.nz, and Stuff.co.nz.

We are committed to sponsoring our kids for at least five years. Our kids are eager to learn, and want to help their families.

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Every $20 donated to Shoeless buys the shoes, uniform, and school supplies for a Cambodian child's school year. Just let that sink in: $20 for a year of education.

Also, Shoeless is 100% charity, which means we send every cent to our partner organization, Care for Cambodia.

Shoeless Day is operated by Williw Creek Association NZ

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This organisation page was created on 10 Jun 2014.

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