Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Peach's Neet Feet


   


A few weeks ago at clinic, while talking to another mom, I learned about a super duper "neeto" project, called Peach's Neet Feet.  This niftly little organization looks to brighten the days of children with cancer everywhere by sending them a pair of shoes decorated with the child's favorite things.  Emma picked shoes with horses and unicorns :)  Be sure to visit their website, where Emma's story is currently featured!




So, without further ado, here is the info on Peach's Neet Feet!

Who We Are: Peach's Neet Feet

What We Do: Peach's Neet Feet (PNF) is a grassroots custom shoe donation project. I hand paint and donate canvas shoes for children battling various forms of childhood cancer and other long term/life threatening illnesses and also lifelong disabilities.

How To Request Shoes: Shoes can be requested by emailing madisonsteiner@gmail.com You can tell her that you would like to apply for shoes for your child who has cancer.

How To Donate: You can donate money, or shoes (how cool is that?)!  Go to www.peachsneetfeet.blogspot.com to learn more.  Peach's Neet Feet is looking to catch national attention, so that they might be able to get a deal going with a retail shoe chain.  Help them out by liking their Facebook Page, and passing the info along!

13 comments:

  1. What a great idea! And the shoes are so cute!

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  2. What a beautiful thing she does! Her kindness is wonderful and so is her art =)

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  3. I agree, Ruth. She has a big heART! :)

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  4. I wonder if I could wear those shoes to school... Too cute!

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  5. And it looks like a great organization to donate to. Thanks for letting us know about it, Katie.

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  6. What a brilliant idea. I'll share the link to their FB page and site on my FB account.

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  7. They are cute, Ellen! And Fi, thanks so much for the share!!!

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  8. Love your blog as well. Thank you for stopping by and your heartfelt comment and prayer.

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  9. Oh, how cool! That's awesome, Katie.

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  10. I'll add my gushes. This is a very cool project. Something to brighten up a kid's day. (Loved the hearts dangling on 'Emma.')

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