Located in the Historic Landmark community of Pullman, Chicago.

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We accept donations at our drop-sites around the city of Chicago as well as our warehouse located at 11201 S Cottage Grove Ave, Chicago, IL 60628

 

Three things that keep our wheels moving forward

Shoes

Volunteers

Financial Support

Contact us via email for information on how to host an event/fundraiser, volunteer session

For a faster response email us, please be sure to include all of your contact information, group affiliation, and specific information you are seeking (whether it be corporate, educational, of fundraising):

 

info@shareyoursoles.org

Please note that most of our drop sites have limited storage capacity, if you have 5 or more to donate, please contact us at info@shareyoursoles.org to make arrangements to bring them to our warehouse. This allows everyone to be more efficient in helping the neediest among us.

Fleet Feet Sports

4762 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60625

Fleet Feet Sports

3359 N Southport Ave, Chicago, IL 60657

Fleet Feet Sports

1706 N Wells Street, Chicago, IL 60614

Fleet Feet Sports

150 W Roosevelt Rd, Chicago, IL 60605

Wesley’s Shoe Corral

1506 E 55th St, Chicago, IL 60615

 

Running for Kids

7158 W 127th St, Palos Heights, IL 60463

Naperville Running Company

34 W Jefferson Ave, Naperville, IL 60540

New Balance

17W490 22nd St, Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181

If you would like to be a drop location please contact us!

Some things to consider when donating shoes:

Types of Shoes

We accept new or like new shoes of most any type and size, for any type of weather. This includes athletic shoes, sandals, school shoes, boots, dress shoes, work shoes, etc. The need for athletic shoes is the greatest, but we will always take almost any type of shoe. Please NO high-heeled women’s shoes or boots. We do not accept them because they are not stable on uneven or soft ground.

Quality, not Quantity!

Your new and like new shoes of any kind are going to people who may have never owned a pair before. It is important that these shoes are in good condition to respect the dignity of those receiving them. Also, donations of higher quality shoes are needed; rather than buy a cheap pair of shoes, consider making a cash donation as that money goes to shipping and distribution of the shoes to their destination.

We do not recycle, refurbish, or repair your donated shoes!