Take Your Shoes Off for TOMS Today

April 8, 2010 by Mom Jeanine
shefinds | Kids

Today, the philanthropic folks at TOMS shoes want to raise awareness about how many children around the world go without shoes, so they’ve declared it One Day Without Shoes. In order to help get the message across, they’re asking people to go barefoot for the day (or part of the day) to experience what it feels like to be without shoes.

We understand it’s Thursday and you may have to work and the kids have school, but all it takes is a few minutes without your shoes on to help relay TOMS great message and help support the cause. If it helps, stars like the Jonas Brothers and Kristen Bell will be going barefoot today, as well. Sign up to participate at

And if you’re feeling even more benevolent, buy a pair of TOMS for yourself and your little one. For every pair of TOMS shoes sold, they donate a pair to a child in need.

For you:

These cool canvas laceless sneakers are a weekend staple with boyfriend jeans and light tee.

For your child:

These adorable Tiny TOMS have a hip graffiti print your son or daughter is sure to love.

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