Back2School Shuzz Drive

Shuzz Annual Back 2 School Program, Sets Out to Raise $40,000

Text SOLEGIVER to 88588 to donate; just $5 puts a new pair of shoes on a child in need

West Palm Beach, FL – July 8, 2015 – The Shuzz Fund, a non-profit organization that provides shoes to children in poverty-stricken areas, announced details of its 2015 Back 2 School Shoe Drive. Each summer, Shuzz hosts its two week campaign that seeks to increase awareness and raise money to purchase new sneakers and athletic cleats for children in South Florida. Shuzz works in partnership with several organizations to identify children in need and coordinate distribution efforts.

For a small $5 donation, each contributor will put a new pair of school shoes no the feet of a child who needs them and will not receive them otherwise. Shuzz has set a goal to raise $40,000 by the end of July so the organization can donate 8,000 pairs of shoes.

In addition to online fundraising, Seminole Casino Coconut Creek is hosting a Summer Celebration for Shuzz on Friday, July 17 from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. with live entertainment, small bites and signature cocktails. Purchase your tickets here: The cost of your ticket, $50, will allow us to donate 10 pairs of shoes this Back 2 School season.

The program supports Florida counties Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach, and also the Greater Los Angeles area in California. If you would like to donate to these efforts, please make a donation here: If you are interested in receiving a shoe donation, please submit your request via this form by July 20, 2015:

About Shuzz Fund:
Shuzz Fund is a Florida 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to provide new shoes to poverty-stricken children throughout the United States and in developing countries. 100 percent of public donations to Shuzz support their ongoing programs: Back-2-School, Youth Athletics, International Relief, Disaster Relief and Medical Procedure Sponsorships. Shuzz has been recognized for facilitating relief missions to donate shoes in impoverished communities across the globe. The Fund seeks to provide new shoes to 10 million children in poverty stricken areas around the world over the next 10 years. For more information, visit: or connect via Twitter and Facebook.