Did you know 1 in 6 people around the world don't have access to clean drinking water?
A company that is doing their part to give back and provide a fashionable shoe is Freewaters Footwear who funds clean drinking water projects in Africa by contributing 1% of GROSS sales to digging wells in areas of need. Created by designers Martin and Eli who wanted to "make a positive difference in the world" decided to create this company to collaborate and do something for good.
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Why You Should Add Wild Blueberries to Your Diet
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This includes a line of fashionable shoes with prices range from $55.00-$58.00 with some of our favorites being the Songbird Mid Boot, the Travel Bug-Print and the colorful Georgia shoe that all includes a Super Pillow Insole that makes these shoes super soft (or as they say 'mind blowing soft') and supportive. The shoes are also all vegan that are held together with water-based glue, breathable canvas and a great stretch fit elastic - making them easier to go on and off.
Perfect for moms, we love the meaning behind the shoes just as much as the fashionable shoes themselves.
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