Toms Shoes

I first heard about Tom’s Shoes a few years ago, from a friend of mine from the USA. The idea is really simple: you buy a pair of shoes, and they give a pair of shoes to someone in need in a developing country.

I’m here at Our Little Roses (Honduras), where 56 girls live, and pretty much the only thing they have to wear is Toms. If it wasn’t for them, these girls would be suffering from foot diseases and infections, causing life long deformities, not to mention discomfort.

So, this post is to say “Thank you!” to anyone who has ever bought a pair of these shoes. You really have made a difference in someone’s life.

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Shoes laid out to give to Honduran orphans in need.

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Baby Toms, about 2 inches long!

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