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    Programs that pay for or provide new or secondhand shoes. Included are odd shoe exchanges.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Associated Charities - New Foot Ware for ChildrenProvides new foot ware & boots to children.CrawfordAssociated CharitiesAssociated Charities
    Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh Greene County - Shoe DistributionProvides shoes for childrenGreeneCatholic Charities of Greene CountyCatholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Inc.
    Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh - Winter Warming StationThe warming station, located at The Susan Zubik Welcome Center, 212 Ninth Street in downtown Pittsburgh, opens between January and March for those in need of shelter and food during the daytime.AlleghenyWinter Warming StationCatholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Inc.
    Center for Family Services - Main Office - Sol Stern Shoe ProgramEach July and August, funds are used to purchase new shoes for children living in the Meadville area.CrawfordCenter for Family Services - Main OfficeCenter for Family Services
    Central Presbyterian Church - Clothing ClosetGently used clothing and shoes for men, women and children at reasonable prices and donated items to people who need a hand.AlleghenyCentral Presbyterian ChurchCentral Presbyterian Church
    Community Clothes ClosetProvides the individuals in the community who are in financial need with good quality clothing, footwear and hygiene items at affordable prices.WestmorelandCommunity Clothes ClosetCommunity Clothes Closet
    Good News Fund/Shoe Our ChildrenProvides shoes for all needy children throughout the area.MercerGood News Fund/Shoe Our ChildrenGood News Fund/Shoe Our Children
    Greensburg District United Methodist Church - Project Happy FeetHappy Feet is a project sponsored by the Greensburg District which gives vouchers to school nurses to give to children who need shoes.WestmorelandGreensburg District United Methodist ChurchGreensburg District United Methodist Church
    Juniata United Methodist Church Angel Feet MinistryShoes for children ages infant to 6th grade.BlairJuniata United Methodist Church Angel Feet MinistryJuniata United Methodist Church
    NorthShore Community Alliance Carol's ClosetCarol's Closet is a drop in center created for the surrounding community and clients of The NorthShore Community Alliance. Carol's Closet was established in an effort to help families obtain simple household items, clothing, shoes and toys for their children.AlleghenyNorthShore Community Alliance - Community ServicesNorthShore Community Alliance
    Sole to Soul Christian Shoe MinistryOffers free new sneakers and socks on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month from 10am to 12pm Clients must either have a referral from a social service agency or have a PA Access Card.YorkSole to Soul Christian Shoe MinistryFirst United Methodist Church, York County
    Step by Step Shoe BankProvides free, new, mid-quality sneakers to children and teens in the Red Lion and surrounding areasYorkStep by Step Shoe BankPleasant View Church
    United Methodist Human Services: Project ShoesProject Shoes provides new, well-fitting, seasonally appropriate footwear to under-resourced children (primary school-age) in need of shoes. Shoes are distributed through enrolled schools and agencies. Contact child’s school to learn if your school is enrolled in the program. CambriaUnited Methodist Human ServicesUnited Methodist Human Services
    Washington Christian Outreach - Shoes for KidsProvides shoe for children for any needy or low-income children.WashingtonWashington Christian OutreachWashington Christian Outreach

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