By working with key partners, we provide free footwear to children and adults in need so everyone in the UK has shoes.
To give the impoverished of the world greater quality of opportunity and dignity by providing them with free footwear.
Lee Todd, a veteran of over 27 years in the footwear industry, founded Shoe Aid in July 2010.
Spurred on by the tragic Asian tsunami of Boxing Day 2004 and a near-death experience in his own life, Lee decided it was time to do some good in the world.
Shoe Aid works with Keep Britain Tidy & Eco Schools to educate children on the importance of recycling and re-using old, unwanted footwear.
Having begun with a sample of 100 schools, we are now working with 17,800 schools across the UK.
The Premier League & English Football League are amongst numerous other partners.
in 2018, Shoe Aid was invited to 10 Downing St to discuss what we do; we have both the support of the Prime Minister and many MPs of all political parties.
Since July 2010, Shoe Aid has distributed over half a million shoes worldwide.
Scunthorpe United Academy & Shoe Aid
Scunthorpe United Academy and Shoe Aid appreciate any footwear donations you are able to give.
Shoe Aid have requested that donated shoes should be tied in pairs if they have laces or tied with string or in a taped up carrier bag if they don't have laces.
Our "Donation Point" is located next to the students services desk in the main hall.
Parents can drop donations off at the school reception desk.
There will be a second "Donation Box" in the Academy Office - where players & parents can also leave their donations.
We wish to thank everyone in advance for their support of this scheme.