We are thankful for partnerships that help us achieve our mission – to bring drinking water to those who thirst and footwear to the shoeless.
Shoeman Water Projects is proud to be associated with these fine partners:
Brown’s Enterprises / New Balance – St. Louis: Founded in 1950 as a dream named Brown’s Family Shoe Store in Washington, Missouri, three generations later we continue to thrive on a foundation of the following core values: Service…Dedication… and Growth. A partner since 2009, Brown Enterprises/New Balance has been one of the largest collectors of Shoeman Water Project.
Laurie’s Shoes: A third generation of family operating the business carrying over 50,000 pairs of both children and adult fine quality brands of footwear and accessories in four stores.
St. Louis Green, Inc.: They create programs that educate, support, and empower citizens and businesses of the St. Louis area to make changes in their daily living toward a greener, more sustainable world. To learn more about our partnership, please download the Holiday Lights flyer.
The Clean Carpet Company: St. Louis’ Greenest and Driest Carpet Cleaners. Recognized as a leader in the service area in providing professional, competent, and ethical carpet, upholstery, and tile and grout cleaning services.
Feed The Children: Feed The Children provides hope and resources for those without life’s essentials. Founded in 1979 and headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Feed The Children is one of the largest international charities based in the U.S. In 2012 a partnership was formed, a drill was dug and water began to flow in the Horn of Africa.
St. Louis Ambush: The St. Louis Ambush professional indoor soccer team is a member of the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL). The Ambush were awarded a MISL franchise to begin play in the 2013-14 season. The franchise is 100% locally owned and plays all home games at the Family Arena in St. Charles.
So proud of the many municipalities are now partners with Shoeman Water Projects and are continued drop off locations. We appreciate the support.
- City of Ballwin – The Pointe @ Ballwin Commons
- City of Ellisville
- City of Maryland Heights
- City of Washington, MO: The City of Washington, MO is proud to be the first city to form a cooperative partnership with Shoeman Water Projects. The City is now providing a dedicated shoe bin at the Recycling Center where you can place your donation. 400 Recycle Drive – on the North side of West Link Drive
- Desloge Chamber of Commerce
- Fenton City Hall
- Kimmswick City Hall
- Sunset Community Center
- Wildwood City Hall