Charity while shopping what celebrities do.

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This is the season to remember how fortunate we are and to give to those in need. What better way to help a great cause than to buy comfy, functional, cool shoes.

Celebrities seem to have all the fun.  They go to events and buy bags and shoes and get tax deductions for cancer research. Now the rest of us get that chance too.

For every pair purchased, TOMS will give a pair of shoes to a child in need. One for One. TOMSshoes.com

The TOMS Mission: “To make life more comfortable.” TOMS shoes accomplish this through its unique shoe design and our commitment to help those in need.

For every pair you purchase, TOMS Shoes will give a pair to a child in need.

So far… TOMS has given 10,000 pairs of shoes to less-fortunate children in Argentina and the TOMS team headed to Africa in 2007 and hand-delivered an estimated 50,000 pairs of TOMS shoes.

The idea of TOMS Shoes came about in 2006 when founder, Blake Mycoskie befriended the children of an Argentine village and found that they had no shoes to protect their feet. Seeing their cuts and sores and wanting to help them, he imagined a company that would match every pair of shoes sold with a pair given to a child in need. Upon his return, he launched TOMS Shoes: “Shoes for Tomorrow”.

TOMS’ weightless slip-on sneakers are modeled after a traditional Argentinean shoe, and in their own grassroots way, changing the world on pair at a time. TOMS shoes use fresh and interesting color and material combinations with leather footbeds for breathability.

The distinctive style of TOMS shoes are always fresh and inventive, so you won’t only feel good about helping the cause, you’ll be sporting the look that’s causing a major buzz with fashion editors and trend-setters everywhere.

FREE Shipping at TOMS Shoes. Check out the great shoes and boots now.

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  1. Kay M.

    These are the most wonderful shoes. My daughter is the first place I ever saw them. They sell them at the Exploration Station Childrens museum where she works. They are so comfortable! Its like going barefoot, without getting kicked out of restraunts! And every pair you buy, gets a pair donated for a shoeless child. What could be better than that!

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