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Teens environmental project provides shoes for homeless people

Two Bay Area teens organized a shoe drive as part of the Climate Leaders Fellowship to mitigate the effects of climate change on the homeless population. The Climate Leaders Fellowship is an online forum for students interested in working together to combat the harmful effects of the Earth's changing weather patterns. The program allows teens to conceive, carry out, and measure the results of their community service projects while sharing ideas with peers worldwide. The shoe drive collected 155 pairs of shoes, which were donated to organizations serving homeless people. The Climate Leaders Fellowship has a waitlist for applications for its next round of projects.

Photo Credit: Tobias Tullius

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