Elementary students treated to new shoes

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WEST JORDAN, Utah (ABC4 News) – Students at Majestic Elementary School were treated to new Nike tennis shoes provided by the nonprofit “Shoes That Fit. ” 

“One in five children in the United States live in poverty, and shoes are one of the most expensive items for low-income families to provide” 

“The simple gift of a pair of shoes can increase a child’s confidence, attendance, and performance at school, and we are so thankful that Bridge Investment Group is taking the time to make such a positive impact on these kids,” said Amy Fass Executive Director of  Shoes That Fit.

Shoes That Fit says it delivered new athletic shoes to over 100,000 children in 2,000 schools across 47 states. 


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