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Oh little Kai, keep running in my direction.

There is one reason why these shoes are abso-fabulous.


When my husband held them that's the first thing he said. Oddly, he couldn't shut up about it, but why not! Squish is important for baby piggies, as it's their first time smashed in a shoe.

A very generous company...

See Kai Run® Donation to Match All Sales Made During Month of June

Seattle, WA (May 2008) One for me. One for you. It’s a lesson children learn early on about sharing. See Kai Run, popular manufacturer of the perfect first shoe for new walkers wants to take that philosophy to a global scale by matching the sale of each shoe sold in June with a donation to Soles4Souls. It’s all part of See Kai Run’s continuing campaign to share its shoes with children who need them the most.

Soles4Souls is an international charity dedicated to providing footwear to disadvantaged people around the world. The June matching event includes both sales made online at www.seekairun.com as well as through our retail partners. Since establishing a relationship with Soles4Souls 2 years ago, See Kai Run has donated over 16,000 pairs of shoes to children in need and expects to add many more to that total as a result of this event.

"We are excited to bring this idea directly to the parents and grandparents who purchase See Kai Run shoes,” says Cause Haun, Founder. “By the end of June, we expect to put thousands of new See Kai Run shoes on the feet of children who need them most. We're grateful to have the opportunity to work with Soles4Souls who does such a fantastic job of getting the footwear to those who need it."

About Soles4Souls

Soles4Souls facilitates the donation of shoes, which are used to aid the hurting worldwide. Everyone from shoe companies to retailers and individuals can donate footwear (both new and used). The Soles4Souls team has used the gift of shoes in the relief efforts for the Asian Tsunami and Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. More than 900,000 pairs were collected for these disasters. For more information, visit www.giveshoes.org.

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