Sole Hope Shoe Cutting Parties

SOLEHOPE_LOGOAs a former Advocate, Sole Hope will always hold a huge place in my heart. Hosting a Sole Hope Shoe Cutting Party is not only fun & easy, but it is for an amazing cause. Clean jeans (for the material) and milk jugs (for stability) are reused and cut into the patterns for shoes. Every single piece of fabric you cut with clothe the feet of children and will protect them from jigger infestations. It will provide job in Uganda to sew the shoes, providing income, community and developing a pride in workmanship.

Interested in hosting a Sole Hope Shoe Cutting Party? Here is all the information you will need to get started.

Want to see what a party looks like? Click on the links and photos below for ideas. It can be as small as a few friends or a large community gathering.

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8 thoughts on “Sole Hope Shoe Cutting Parties

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    • Hi Lisa – That’s great news that you may hold a shoe cutting party! 10 is a great party size. There are two different fabrics needed, one for the inside, one for the outside: typically denim (it is a good sturdy weight and can easily upcycle old jeans) and cotton fabric (such as cotton used for quilting). The booklet that comes with the kit explains all the details you will need for your party, but feel free to email me if you have any other questions.

  2. I would like to host a party in June but I’m unsure of my first step. How far in advance should I order the kit? Since I’m not sure how many people will attend, should I invite first and get an RSVP count or should I order the kit first so it has plenty of time to arrive? If I order a kit for 10 but have more people, can I get another get pretty easily? Thanks for your help!

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  6. I am a second grade teacher at an PYP IB International World School. I would love to know more about how to have a shoe cutting party in order to combine with the learning of our students and the way to show empathy while giving back to others. could you please point me in the right direction on this. thanks Ron

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