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HELP GIVE THE GIFT OF WALKING

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$5 from every pair of socks purchased goes directly to helping children born with clubfoot. With every 50 pairs of socks sold, a child's life is transformed.

One out of every 750 children is born with clubfoot. One million children live with untreated clubfoot worldwide - but $250 can completely transform a child's life.

Help us treat children born with clubfoot in developing countries, changing their lives forever. Without treatment, these children would never walk properly, greatly increasing their chances of maltreatment and poverty.

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Buy your pair today and help spread the word!

About miraclefeet: miraclefeet is a North Carolina-based nonprofit dedicated to treating children with clubfoot in developing countries. miraclefeet works with local orthopedic surgeons and staff in public hospitals to establish and support clubfoot clinics.


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