Shoes for Orphan Souls Campaign Kicks Off - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/2/04

Shoes for Orphan Souls Campaign Kicks Off

Tuesday morning, the 5th annual Shoes for Orphan Souls campaign kicked off at the South Plains Mall.

Over the next few weeks, shoppers are asked to help needy children by donating a new pair of shoes, socks or shoelaces. You can make your donation at the guest services desk, just inside the main entrance to the mall.

Donations will benefit Buckner Orphan Care International, and Buckner Children's Home here in Lubbock. For a link to the Shoes for Orphan Souls campaign website, (click here).

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