Two Ten continued its month-long bonanza of community service projects last week as part of #FootwearCares. April 7 found the FDRA working with SOME (So Others Might Eat) to serve lunch to 400 homeless people in Washington, DC. The following day Dansko planted 250 trees at Stroud Water Research Park in Pennsylvania, while in Santa Barbara, CA, Deckers packed enough food to provide 2,866 meals. That Wednesday, Dansko was out in force again, this time putting in 18 hours at Ronald McDonald House, followed by a further 18 on Friday arranging items for a garage sale at a local youth center.
Meanwhile, The Jones Group packed 3,250 pounds of pasta at The Food Bank of Westchester–that’s 4,225 meals–and Birkenstock bagged a combined total of 1,455 pounds of rice and bread for distribution to families in need throughout San Francisco. At the Hunger Task Force of Milwaukee, Evolution Shoe Design, Weyco, Bon Ton, Kohl’s, Wolverine Worldwide and Steve Madden rolled up their sleeves and built 1,200 stockboxes for low-income seniors. For a list of events and activities still to come, check out twoten.org.