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Walk in My Shoes is a nonprofit organization founded in 2011 in Bulloch County that helps provide clothing, shoes, school supplies, etc. to children in our community who are less fortunate. We are in the process of opening up a thrift store in Brooklet located at The Spot Character & Leadership Development Center at 130 E. Lee St. Brooklet across from the post office & police department. The Spot is an after school/summer camp program. The thrift store will be located in the front section of the building on E. Lee St. We are currently in need of lightly used children's clothing, shoes, baby clothing, baby items, baby shoes, etc. All proceeds from the thrift store will benefit the Walk in My Shoes program to help provide clothing, shoes, and other items needed for children in our local community.
For more information on how you can get involved, please contact Roosevelt Cone at 912-541-2809. Thank you in advance for your generous donations!
We're helping kids...one step at a time!
Find us on Facebook at Walk in My Shoes or Just For Kids.

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