Naot Gives Back: Peltz Shoes and Homeless Empowerment Program

Naot ended July with a very warm heart! As Naot fans know, it’s always been important for Yaleet, Inc. to give back to the communities we are a part of. Our Donation Program, which partners Naot retailers with various organizations, is one of the ways we give back to those who are less fortunate.

 

On July 29th, 2016 we partnered with Peltz Shoes in Clearwater, Florida to bring the female members of the Homeless Empowerment Program (HEP) shoes which are both stylish and comfortable for them to wear.

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Katherine Allen fitting Andrea.

The event was more than a success! Following the event, we are proud to say that we delivered 200 pairs of Naot shoes to the gracious women at HEP.

 

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Gary Peltz (Co-owner of Peltz) left, and Brent Weingarten (local Naot Sales Rep) right.

The lovely ladies were excited to have shoes that are practical for long days on their feet.

Read some of their quotes from the event below:

ROSE -­­ “These make my feet feel happy and pretty. Thank you for making me lucky number 7.”

KEMI – “This was my first time participating in an event like this and it’s phenomenal! I stand on my feet at work and I’ve never been able to afford good quality comfortable shoes, and the shoes also look pretty! I’m very appreciative that you did this for our community.”

LAURA – “My feet feel fantastic, these shoes are so comfortable. Thank you!”

Now women like Kemi can work long hours without having to worry about the foot ache of a long day’s work, thanks to her high-quality and handcrafted Naots, and Peltz Shoes.

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Kemi showing off her new Naot shoes.

Naot and Yaleet, Inc. continue to hold Donation Programs events all over the country, and we’ll continue to bring the joy of happy feet to those in need.

For more information on Naot’s Donation Program, click here.

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Katherine Allen fitting Rose.
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Katherine Allen and Dionna saying goodbye to Lori Beinke.

 

 

 

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