Del Mar Sharks U16 Elite holding Shoe Drive

Del Mar Sharks U16 Elite is holding a Shoe Drive at the soccerloco in Solana Beach through May 17. Please collect shoes to help raise funds! Time to clean out those closets and garages and ask your neighbors, friends and family to do the same. Bag up any and all unwanted shoes (anything that can be worn on the feet are accepted, including skates, cleats, etc!). Shoes must be in pairs. You can tie, or buckle them together and place in 55-gallon trash bag).

Please bring shoes to soccerloco at 134 Solana Hills Dr., Solana Beach, 92075.

For more information contact: Tammy De Armas: (760) 212-2197.

Your shoes will be cleaned, repaired and recycled to developing nations in need as a low-cost alternative to new clothes.

For more information on the shoe/clothes drive to raise funds for your organization at no cost contact:

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