A company has invented a type of shoe that is unlike any other, as it grows with the child so that they don’t need to be constantly replacing them! This is a brilliant concept for children who live in disadvantaged parts of the world.
300 million children across the world do not own a pair of shoes, and there are countless more who have shoes that don’t actually fit them. Although these children will sometimes receive donations of shoes, they will not fit them forever, as we all know that children’s’ feet can grow pretty fast!
This is when The Shoes That Grow stepped in with the solution that could fix this problem.
The charity has created a shoe that is capable of growing up to five sizes with the child, and that can last for many years.
With this extraordinary set of shoes, these children will not have to worry about outgrowing them for a very long time. They can stay happy, healthy and comfortable in their pair of shoes.
What many people do not know, is that there are over two billion people suffering from soil-transmitted diseases and parasites. This is because they live in areas with inadaquate sanitation as they struggle with proper hygiene. They also do not have the right clothing, resources or healthcare.
Due to these diseases and parasites, children are missing school because they are ill and are in too much pain to travel to school.
The Shoes That Grow are a patented design of an innovative shoe that can adjust and expand with the child. This was developed by multiple shoe design firms who felt that something needed to be done to help these children.
The shoes come in three different sizes: youth small, youth large, and adult.
The shoes are made with the highest quality of materials, that have an anti-bacterial synthetic and are easy to clean.
One of the best factors about The Shoes That Grow is the fact that it is remarkably easy to get transported. One regular suitcase can fit 50 pairs of the smallest size thanks to the fact the shoes are compressible.
Isn’t this such an inspirational idea to help those that are less fortunate!?
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