Disability Attorneys of Michigan

Soles4Souls Shoe Drive

Make A Difference in Someone’s Life. Donate Shoes Today!

Disability Attorneys of Michigan is proud to team up with Soles4Souls to collect new and gently used shoes for those in need.

The shoe drive offers a chance for individuals to make a real difference in a person’s life by donating gently used or new shoes to those who need them the most.

Think about those shoes you have never worn, just sitting in your closet. Instead of taking up space or throwing them away, these shoes can transform someone’s life.

Giving back has power.

Disability Attorneys of Michigan staff and lawyer holding donations of shoes

How You Can Help Make a Difference

Please drop off donations of gently used or new shoes to our office during the shoe drive! Donation boxes are located outside the lobby door.

When: Monday, February 18, 2019 – Friday, March 8, 2019 

Address: 28755 Schoenherr Road Suite 100, Warren, MI 48088


Be Involved in an Incredible Cause

The firm found an excellent partner in Soles4Souls, and were inspired by their mission of creating sustainable jobs and providing relief through the distribution of shoes and clothing both nationally and internationally. Founded in 2006, the organization has distributed more than 30 million pairs of new and used shoes in 127 countries.

When Michigan Comes Together, Amazing Things Can Happen 

“We as a team at Disability Attorneys of Michigan are excited to host this fundraiser with Soles4Souls,” Lacey Horning, Stephanie Sowa and Patricia Kalich, members of the shoe drive committee, said. “Knowing that we can create meaningful impact around the globe by simply collecting and donating shoes. This also allows us to continue putting forth our core values, Serve, Own and Communicate in a different manner.”

Seeing the community coming together and stepping up to make a difference is encouraging and heartwarming.  The shoe drive is a testament to the power of community working together, and demonstrates when Michigan comes together, amazing things can be accomplished.

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