Annual fundraiser helps give local kids shoes

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Free Feet Footwear is holding their annual fundraiser at St. Timothy Parish in Union next month. On Nov. 12 from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m., participants can enjoy music, food, a silent auction and a raffle. Each ticket costs $25 and all proceeds directly support local children in need of tennis shoes. 

Sally Woolf, one of Free Feet’s founding members, said the organization is proud to announce a special shoe raffle this year. 

Potential basket available to win at this year’s Free Feet Footwear Fundraiser. Photo Provided | Sally Woolf

“If you donate a pair of sneakers, we will put your name in a raffle drawing and have the potential to win up to $100 worth of gifts,” Woolf said. 

Bigby Coffee basket available to win at the Free Feet Footwear Fundraiser. Photo provided | by Sally Woolf

Woolf also mentioned Free Feet is in need of additional baskets and alcohol for this upcoming event. If interested, contact Sally Woolf via Facebook to set up a time to drop off your unused baskets and booze. 

Each member of the Free Feet Footwear staff is a volunteer and no one involved receives a salary. Free Feet opened in Missouri in 2005, but President Mary Gosney felt it was necessary to bring this nonprofit to Northern Kentucky kids who need new kicks.

Dog-themed gift basket available during Free Feet Footwear’s Fundraiser. Photo Provided | Sally Woolf

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