Giving back during uncertain times – Aug 13, 2020

Well done Arnav, Samyak, Ansh, Soham!Thank you for collecting and donating 234 gently-used pairs of shoes and 140 pairs of new socks to Wayside Cross Ministries. Covid didn’t stop these young students from delivering relief to homeless shelters.

Thank you for generous collection and donation!

Saaya and Sanya Sitlani have been collecting gently used pairs for homeless shelters. Also donated 2500 masks to various homeless shelters. 
Kudos for thinking of a very vulnerable segment of the population

March 1, 2020 – Donation in San Jose

March 1, 2020 Bharat Mani And Ishan Gala – Headed to City Tem with several brand new pairs for homeless families – Wonderfully done!

Feb 21, 2020 – New donation

Feb 2020 – Wonderful work – helping homeless families in San Diego

Shoe collection in San Diego – March 2019

We are so proud of Saaya and Sanya Sitlani! They spent several weekends collecting and shoes. 140 pairs headed for donation for homeless families in San Diego.

June 30th, 2018 – On Shoes and Happiness

Kudos to Shoecyclists Arnav, Samyak, Ansh, and Soham!

Our hearts swell with pride when we get responses like these.

Heartfelt thanks to members of Wexford community, Vernon Hills Library and Central Road Elementary School for donating pairs in excellent condition.Total 339 pairs were collected by Arnav Aggarwal, who leads Chicago Shoecyclist volunteer group. All shoes were donated to Wayside Cross Ministry to cater to the needs of homeless.


Feb 25, 2018 – Thank you John Muir Hospital!

Thanks to a month long drive at John Muir Hospital run by Shoecyclist Arul, we collected hundreds of shoes in excellent condition.

Shoe sorting has begun! and now shoes are headed to City Team Shelter, in San Jose, CA and the homeless population at St. James Park in San Jose, CA.

Heartiest thanks for the Staff members of John Muir Hospital.


Jan 18, 2018 – Note from PATH Services, San Jose

“Thank you so much for gathering those shoes; our clients will certainly appreciate it. Shoes are expensive and easily worn out by the homeless population, so it is really practical to help them out with this resource.

I hope you, all, are proud of what you do, because it makes a positive impact on a marginalized group.”

-Email from PATH San Jose, CA for Jan 2018 donation

Last month, Shoecyclist coordinated a shoe-collection drive at the Athenian school in Danville. With the generous support of students and staff, we collected hundreds of shoes in great condition.

After sorting them over the holidays, we dropped five large boxes today to a great organization that directly reaches homeless individuals, PATH San Jose.

This email is a reminder that CA is home to the largest homeless population in the country and shoes are one of the precious resources they need….

Thank you for your generous donations and for enabling Shoecyclist to make a difference.

Christmas at the Sunrise Village Shelter in Fremont, CA

For it’s in giving that we receive.
-Francis of Assisi

Very proud of Shoecyclists Taarini, Bharat and Sarvesh for collecting and giving 55 pairs of new shoes to the residents at the Sunrise Village Shelter run by Abode Services.

Happy holidays and wishes for a joyous and happy and healthy new year.