‘The shoe that grows’ with the child is helping millions of children living in poverty

These simple but effective sandals are leaving a mark and making a huge difference to millions of poor people. “The Shoe That Grows” aims to help children living in extreme poverty all over the world.

This sandal grows 5 sizes and lasts for at least 5 years, adjusting and expanding as the child grows. It was invented by Kenton Lee after he visited the slums in Kenya in 2007.  Kenya has the largest slums in Africa and Lee was determined to find a way to alleviate their suffering.

He invented The Shoe That Grows. It fits a child from kindergarten to 9th Grade with its 2 practical sizes–small and large.

After Kenton Lee saw a girl whose shoes were too small in Kenya.

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The shoes will always fit and protect impoverished children from harm.

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‘The Shoe That Grows’ can fit a child from kindergarten to 9th grade.

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It comes with complimentary drawstring bags that can be used as school bags.

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