Fort Worth police and non-profit team work together to give away hundreds of sneakers to kids in need
ByFunAsia 12 Jun 2021 11:34 AM 259
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Fort Worth police and a non-profit team come together to help a few families and students win needs.


It might sound basic, yet a decent pair of tennis shoes can go far.

Many families halted by a South Fort Worth primary school for an evening of fun as well as necessities that a few of us underestimate.

What carries a family brimming with kin to the neighborhood grade school on Friday evening in 90-degree heat fourteen days after classes finished? First off, another pair of shoes for a ton of minimal developing feet.

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The Annual Souls for Souls event is supported by the non-profit Fort Worth Metro organization with the Fort Worth Police Department. It gives South Fort Worth Families a little food, fun, and a great deal of family time.

The significant number of shoes gave to families in need were, to a greater degree, a lifeline than you may understand.

"Once in a while, I'll begin losing my shoes at home because my sister needs them since we're a similar shoe size. So, I'll allow her to acquire it so she can come to class," said 13-year-old Anahi Chavira.

An unbelievable situation for a few, yet a complex reality for some families who live close to Carter Park Elementary School.

"I truly cheerful and thankful. It's an extraordinary occasion," said parent Conny Gonzales.

Volunteers even tossed in a smaller than usual pedicure for youngsters to oblige their new arrangement of kicks.

Giveaways included toys, apparel, TVs, and new bikes.

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