Shoes are wanted by a number of charities. The homeless, refugees and women in shelters have no spare clothes. Often walking is their only form of transport. They need good shoes to protect their feet from the damp and cold. When feet are damp for too long, trenchfoot occurs. Trenchfoot is a common ailment among the homeless and refugees.
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Charities and Projects needing your shoes
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Clothing needed by Help Refugees: MOST NEEDED ITEMS: FEBRUARY 2019 Priority Items – they are in desperate need of: Trousers (sizes 28-34) Walking boots (sizes
Clothing needed by Attika Human Support: warm dry clothes and shoes to survive the cold and rainy winters lightweight clothing and shoes for the hot
Clothing wanted by Dunkirk Refugee Womens Centre: Children’s leggings and tracksuit bottoms/joggers Women’s joggers (tapered at bottom) Women’s leggings Women’s socks (new/unused) Women’s gloves Children’s
Mobile Refugee Support provide mobile aid and communication support to refugees and displaced peoples. They are currently based and operating in northern France in the
Shoes are wanted by a number of charities. The homeless, refugees and women in shelters have no spare clothes. Often walking is their only form
Clothing wanted by Open Hearts Open Borders: Jackets and Coats Jeans / Jogging bottoms Trousers T-shirts Hoodies / Sweatshirts Flip flops / Crocs New socks