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Crossfit Midpoint Hosts a Shoe Drive!
Crossfit Midpoint located at 7 Clearwater Drive in Little Rock, Arkansas is is kicking off a shoe drive. They are our first Crossfit affiliate to host their very own shoe drive for Ozark Water Projects. We can't wait to see how many shoes they get! If you are in the neighborhood, drop off some shoes and stay for a workout. I promise you won't regret it. The people at this gym are truly wonderful, which is apparent in their desire to help us in our efforts to turn used shoes into clean water!
Our newest partner!
We are excited to announce that Bologna Joe's, located in the Heights has become our very first partner! We love this sylish children's clothing store and know that all who stop in will love it too! They have become our newest drop off location. So stop in, drop off your used shoes and play some games from your childhood!
Shoe Drive Project
Help us fund our well drilling projects by donating your gently used shoes. We’re collecting and exporting shoes to our distributors across the globe and providing underprivileged countries with wearable shoes for pennies on the dollar.
The funds generated will be used to purchase well-digging equipment, water purification systems, and other supplies to bring clean water to desperate communities in different parts of the world.
Moreover, the shoes you collect and donate will be used to develop and sustain micro-businesses in underdeveloped nations. Families in these nations have little to no income or livelihood. Therefore, the shoes you donated and each family’s ability to sell or repurpose the shoes represent the microenterprise opportunities for the whole community.
If you want to donate your shoes, don’t hesitate to contact us today. You may also visit our local donation centers in Arkansas.
"Eventually, if you help enough people, you’re going to see it come back to you. And it may not be through payment, but it’s going to be in a way that you’ll never expect. And it’s going to be the best way possible."
-Echo Mitchell, student- Rural Special School District