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Help ROCKIN' JUMP San Carlos collect shoes for the non-profit, My New Red Shoes for month of August

Original post made by Stacy May on Aug 2, 2013

Did you know that that there are over 24,000 homeless, school-aged children in the Bay Area? During the month of August, ROCKIN' JUMP is partnering with My New Red Shoes to provide as many new shoes as possible for these children and will need your help! Drop off a brand new pair of sneakers in children's size 9 – adult size 12 during the month of August to ROCKIN' JUMP and with your donation, you will receive two hours of jumping for the price of just one paid hour - $12!

My New Red Shoes is a non-profit organization that provides new shoes and a $50 gift card to Bay Area homeless children. Your contribution will help these children feel confident and ready for their first day of school. It is a simple gift that will provide remarkable results! Please follow the link for shoe donation guidelines Jump for a good deed the entire month of August and your support is truly appreciated!

Location: ROCKIN' JUMP
401 Quarry Road
San Carlos, CA 94070
Tel: 650-528-2036


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