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They needed a commitment of shoes on to ongoing basis, over and over again.
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I don’t really care for the aesthetics of the shoes, and I thought that, except for volunteers who participate in shoe drops, the charitable side of the company lets rich people feel good without actually having to touch poor people, which presents certain problems.
After that, my goal to create what a for-profit business (not a charity) that would give 250 pairs of new shoes to the children who I had met.
When I first met these children in South America who did not have shoes, I wanted to give them the shoes they needed to go to school.
So, when we learned that there were amazing Nonprofit Organizations helping with cataracts, prescription glasses and eye treatments, and that we could build their costs into the cost of selling sunglasses, that we really could take the One for One model into another direction, we got really excited about it.
The loss of sight has a dramatic impact on a person's life and on his or her family and community. The social workers told me they were once employed, but then developed a cataract and they could not work.
It was a profound realization of a very solvable problem in developing countries (90 percent of people in the world who are visually impaired in the world live in developing countries).
That’s the breakthrough message of TOMS’ One for One movement.
You don’t have to be rich to give back and you don’t have to retire to spend every day doing what you love.
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