Footwear etc: Try on a pair of shoes and we’ll donate a pair


Courtesy of Footwear etc.:

From Friday, November 10 through Sunday, November 12, all southern California Footwear etc. stories (Encinitas, Mission hills, Rancho Bernardo, and University City) will host an event in conjunction with shoe brand Naot to donate shoes to those in need.

Shoe brand Naot is made in Israel and features ultra-comfortable, suede-lined cork footbeds that mold to your feet for amazing comfort and support. Naot shoes come in a wide variety of casual and dress styles that will accommodate your entire wardrobe.

For every pair customers try on, Naot and Footwear etc. will donate one pair of Naot shoes. For every pair of Naot shoes purchased during the three-day promotional period, Footwear etc. will donate two pairs of Naot shoes.

This event has the potential for hundreds of brand new shoes to be put on those in need. And, as the weather is changing, all of the sandal and flip flop donations over the last few months won’t be able to protect the homeless from the elements outside. This Naot donation is coming at the perfect time because we can put close toed shoes on the homeless.

Footwear etc. is donating the shoes to Interfaith Community Services in Escondido, an agency that empowers people in need to stabilize and improve their lives through comprehensive programs in partnership with diverse faith communities and people of compassion.

For more information about Interfaith Community Services, visit

For more information about Footwear etc. and Noat Shoes, visit

Editor’s note: Footwear etc. is a proud member of UCCA and participates in UCCA’s Buy Local program. For more information about Buy Local and other business promotions with UCCA, visit


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