Joseph Rubsamen with the Education Rocks team in Bali, Indonesia.

Founder of Shoes2You, Joseph Rubsamen, distributed several hundred shoes to Paul's Place in 2016 and 2017. Paul's Place, under the leadership of ​​​Mrs. Kathy Fazio, is an after school program for the less fortunate in Delray Beach, Florida.

Founder of Shoes2You, Joseph Rubsamen, distributed several hundred shoes to Paul's Place in 2016 and 2017. Paul's Place, under the leadership of ​​​Mrs. Kathy Fazio, is an after school program for the less fortunate in Delray Beach, Florida.

Shoes2You partnered with the Education Rocks schools in Bali, Indonesia to provide shoes for the hundreds of students to pursue an education with shoes. These students would not have the opportunity to go to school if it were not for the support of Education Rocks in Indonesia and the shoes provided by Shoes2You. Shoes2You provided shoes to the Education Rocks schools to have the students be able to go to school. This opportunity is amazing and very rewarding to see the students' faces light up with joy when they receive shoes. Shoes2You has provided thousands of shoes to Education Rocks from 2014 to 2017.


Shoes2You in June of 2016 traveled to the Education Rocks schools in Bali, Indonesia. Shoes2You brought four hundred pairs of shoes to the students supported by Education Rocks to be able to go to school. Joseph Rubsamen, founder of Shoes2You and his family visited many of the students in one of the Education Rocks supported villages in Talalagon, Bali, Indonesia.

Shoes2You in August of 2014 was
Featured in the Sun-Sentinel.
Joseph Rubsamen of Shoes2You spoke in front of and met West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio, Oxbridge Academy head of school John Klemme, and the Oxbridge Academy community, at Oxbridge's 2017 culture of kindness assembly.
Shoes2You officially opening the 501(c)3 organization in March of 2014. Shoes2You also opening its bank account to store funds for the distribution, transportation, and the storage of shoes.
Joseph Rubsamen, of Shoes2You, received a check from the head of the Unity School Builders Club, Ms. Terri Stec, for local and international charitable work through the Shoes2You non-profit foundation in both 2014 and 2015.
Shoes2You was invited and attended the Palm Beach County Health Department Awards luncheon on April 8, 2016, and on April 28, 2017. In the 2016 luncheon, called "A Day with the Stars," Shoes2You received an award in appreciation of Shoes2You's continued dedication and commitment to volunteer services in 2015. At the 2017 Palm Beach County ceremony, Joseph Rubsamen of Shoes2You received an award for continued volunteer services in 2016 and a Palm Beach County leadership award. We are very thankful for the Palm Beach County Health Department and look forward to attending again, next year and continuing our donation efforts.

Thank you in balinese.

Shoes2You has provided hundreds of shoes to the Los Pipitos Childrens' Medical Clinic, the Women and Childrens' Diabetic Center in Rivas Nicaragua (Pictures Above). We have helped countless students receive an education, adults be able to work, and also allow the medically challenged receive shoes to support their feet and not cut themselves to create deadly infections. Shoes2You has also provided shoes for hundreds of other needy Nicaraguans. 
Shoes2You collects shoes at Unity School in Delray Beach, Florida. Shoes2You shoe has collected hundreds of shoes from Unity School in April of 2014, April of 2015, October of 2015, February of 2016, January of 2017, and the continued collection at Unity School. Several students of the Unity School Builders Club helped Joseph Rubsamen, of Shoes2You, collect shoes in the pictures above. Unity School has collected shoes for Shoes2You from 2014 to 2017.
Rosie, the head of the Ford Foundation in Rivas, Nicaragua, was a huge help in distributing shoes to the local schools in Nicaragua, Los Pipitos Children's Clinic, the Women and Childrens' Diabetic Center, and other needy Nicaraguan areas.
Davenport School of the Arts in Winter Haven, Florida, collected over 1,700 pairs of shoes in November and December of 2016 for Shoes2You. Joseph Rubsamen of Shoes2You spoke to the students in the leadership team for their great work in collecting shoes this year and we can't wait until next year's collection.
Shoes2You has donated shoes to the Delray Beach Health Department for four years in a row. Shoes2You has donated shoes to the Palm Beach County Health Departments consisting of Delray Beach, Lantana and Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, Greenacres, and Belle Glade. Shoes2You has partnered up to help the people in need throughout Palm Beach County in Florida receive shoes. Shoes2You has given nearly thousands of pairs of shoes form 2014 to 2017 to the Health Departments to aid those in need of shoes in the communities all over Palm Beach County. 

Copyright 2016. Shoes2You. All Rights Reserved.

Shoes2You is certified  by the state of Florida as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 

Shoes2You fundraised over $600 at Shula burger in Delray Beach, Florida, on February 16, 2017. The fundraiser was for shipping, storage and transportation costs for the shoes. Thank you to Shula Burgers for your support and help.