Man Invents Shoes That Grow For Underprivileged Children
Children from poverty-stricken countries don't have the luxuries that can be taken for granted; like shoes.
Over 300 million kids around the world don't have shoes. This can cause injuries leading to sickness. Do-gooder Kenton Lee invented The Shoe That Grows, a sandal that can adjust its size, allowing children living in poverty to grow up without having to go barefoot. The shoes, which come in small and large, can grow 5 sizes, lasting from kindergarten to high school. His organization, The Shoe That Grows, works with other organizations and churches to get these shoes to kids who need them.
To learn more visit TheShoeThatGrows.org.