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Northmont / Butler: Shoes for the Shoeless

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SHOES FOR THE SHOELESS (s4ts)
BUTLER vs NORTHMONT
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 14
7PM
GOOD SAMARITAN STADIUM
Starting Monday September 11, Northmont High School will be working with Butler High School in collecting SOCKS or cash donations for the Shoes for the Shoeless (s4ts) Foundation. On September 19, they will be taking these items to Texas to help in the efforts to serve those in need.  Students, Parents, or Community Members can drop off the donations at the HS, in the BOLT SHOP, please enter through door 11. For each package of socks dropped off in the BOLT SHOP you will receive $1.00 any item in the  BOLT SHOP.  The maximum discount at the BOLT SHOP is $5.00.   The donations will also be  accepted at the Butler vs Northmont Football Game on Thursday September 14.
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HERE IS WHAT IS NEEDED:
                 *Socks. New in packages. Any size. The more colorful the better!
                 *Money. Checks made payable to shoes 4 the shoeless. Or pay via paypal on our webpage. http://www.shoes4theshoeless.org/donate
Below is Information about s4ts
1. s4ts is a locally founded 501c3 serving children living in poverty in the Greater Miami Valley
2. s4ts provides brand new gym shoes and socks to referred children. We reach over 1,000 children per month
3.s4ts in 2010, and have helped over 70,000 children to date
4. s4ts have received numerous awards including recognition from the Ohio State Senate, and many local school boards. The Ohio Governor’s Office of faith -based and community-based programs lists us as one of the best non-profits in the state of Ohio.
5. s4ts do not typically serve outside of our 7 county area, but the need for shoes and socks is so overwhelming in Texas, we decided we had to help!
6. s4ts will be leaving Tues. Sept. 19. Our destination is still not confirmed, but we are looking at Beaumont and Port Arthur, and have made good contacts there. Those communities are outside of Houston, and are almost completely destroyed. Most of the relief is going to Houston, leaving out these smaller communities.
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