Walk A Mile In My Shoes

Interfaith Emergency Services hosted a mile walk to build awareness for the homeless. Attendees were asked to remove their shoes and pick shoes from Interfaith’s pile of donated ones to wear. Walking a mile in shoes that didn’t fit exactly right demonstrated just one of the challenges homeless people face daily. Proceeds went toward Interfaith’s homeless initiative.

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