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    The Shirt Box today announced the Farmington Hills-based retailer, in partnership with Heart 2 Hart Detroit (H2HD) is still in need of donations of new and gently used shoes and boots. The partnership has generated a donation of more than 500 pairs of shoes in the first three weeks of the campaign, though the high demand for footwear continues. The program will extend through the month of May.      

               Launched in 2013, “Soles for the City,” encourages the donation of new and gently used shoes and boots to be distributed to homeless individuals living within the city of Detroit. Among the items supplied through organizations such as Heart 2 Hart Detroit, donations of food and clothing remain in constant demand, but shoes and boots are often overlooked creating an overwhelming need among Detroit’s homeless population.

                “The community support since the program’s inception has been unbelievable,” said co-owner Ron Elkus.  “Unfortunately, the demand is great right now and shoes aren’t as commonly donated as canned foods or used clothing.”

                Heart 2 Hart Detroit will coordinate distribution of the shoes to men, women and children in need. The organization was established to address the needs of homeless individuals living in the Detroit Metropolitan area. Deliveries of clothing, shoes, packed lunches and toiletries are made three times a week to Hart Plaza and the surrounding area and shelters.

                Donations can be made at The Shirt Box, 32500 Northwestern Highway in Farmington Hills.


    About The Shirt Box

    Celebrating more than 30 years, The Shirt Box has been the store-of-choice for men’s fashions. Trendsetters will find an extensive merchandise assortment of men’s furnishings, corporate casual wear and business wardrobe classics. Men’s footwear, accessories and gifts round out the assortment.  The shop is located at 32500 Northwestern Hwy.  Farmington Hills, MI 48334, (248) 851-6770. Visit The Shirt Box on Facebook at or on Twitter @TheShirtBox.



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