Hundreds of Massachusetts children living in homeless or low-income situations received new sneakers and socks this year, thanks to the generosity of May Institute employees.
The donated footwear was distributed to girls and boys in need by representatives of Cradles to Crayons (C2C), an organization that provides children living in poverty with essential items.
C2C was selected by May Institute's Diversity and Inclusion Council to be the beneficiary of its "Helping Hands, Open Arms" campaign this year.
In addition, a leadership challenge associated with the campaign raised $1,116 for C2C. Thanks so much to all our May staff who participated!
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