We will be hosting a ShoeShare collection in partnership with Unicef and Clarks during the last week of this school year.
Unicef and Clarks have worked together since 2008 to help keep children safe. In that tine Clarks have contributed to transforming children’s lives through ShoeShare, gathering old and unwanted shoes at collection points in more than 500 Clarks stores across the UK. To date, the partnership has raised an incredible £1 million.
To support children across the world and help them access their right to education (Article 28) we will be hosting a ShoeShare collection.
All you need to do is gather your old and unwanted shoes from around the house and bring them into school between 15th – 19th July.
We will then deliver all the shoes we have collected to our nearest Clarks store. The more shoes you bring in, the more money we can raise for Unicef, helping children around the world to be able to access education.
A few things to remember:
Please make sure that the shoes are in relatively good condition, so no holes or broken soles!
Please pair your shoes with a rubber band to make it easier to sort and pack shoes.
For every tonne of shoes collected a donation is made to Unicef which goes towards education programmes around the world.
To find out more about the partnership, please follow the link below to watch a short video:
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about this.
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