Goodytwoshoes stepping up for the homeless
BioPed clinicians and staff across Canada will open their hearts — and their hands — to children and adults in need through the company's Goodytwoshoes Foundation on Oct. 17.
The program aims to give the gift of comfort, activity and better foot health to thousands of Canadians.
Partnering with the Gateway of Hope in Langley and a number of other independent local shelters across Canada, BioPed associates will properly fit and distribute more than 4,000 pairs of shoes and socks to the homeless, battered women and children.
So far their sponsors have donated 2,000 pairs of new shoes and even some of their patients have brought in “gently loved shoes” for the cause.
"Their generosity will go a long way particularly with the colder months ahead," said Adam Welsh, owner of BioPed in Surrey. "As we’re still in need of men's gently worn shoes, we’re encouraging the people of the Lower Mainland to drop off their gently worn shoes."
For more information visit BioPed Surrey at 18682 Fraser Hwy or call 778-574-0424.