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Skechers donates 62,000 pairs of shoes to Nepal earthquake victims

Skechers has donated 62,000 pairs of kids shoes to the victims of the Nepal earthquake through its charity Bobs from Skechers.

The footwear business is working with charities K.I.D.S./Fashion Delivers and Soles4Souls to deliver the shoes later this month.

Skechers president Michael Greenberg said: “Bobs was created as an ongoing program to help children in need around the world, but when a natural disaster strikes we need to step up even more to help families affected by these tragedies.”

Skechers has donated 11 million pairs of kids shoes to since it launched the Bobs programme in 2011.

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