"In Their Shoes" Campaign to Encourage Charitable Shopping for the Holiday Season "In Their Shoes" Campaign to Encourage Charitable Shopping for the
                                Holiday Season Joins Forces Again with National Coalition for Homeless Veterans,
Oxfam, The Home for Little Wanderers and Two Ten Footwear Foundation

PR Newswire

BOSTON, Nov. 7, 2013

BOSTON, Nov. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --, a leading global online
retailer of shoes and clothing for shoppers seeking the best variety and
brands, has again partnered with National Coalition for Homeless Veterans,
Oxfam America, The Home for Little Wanderers and Two Ten Footwear Foundation
to support these organizations during their busy end of year fundraising

"Giving back is a very important part of's culture. For the past
six years we have been running this campaign and partnering with such amazing
organizations to help support them during the holiday season," said Shoebuy
CEO Mike Sorabella. "We are proud to give back to the community and to offer
our customers an easy and convenient way to be generous and to make a
difference in the lives of others while enjoying great savings at"

In Their Shoes Charities's "In Their Shoes" campaign is designed to encourage shoppers to
help those in need by contributing to a diverse range of nonprofit
organizations. This year's benefitting charities include:

  oNational Coalition for Homeless Veterans (NCHV) provides safe housing,
    health care, and employment services to more than 35,000 homeless veterans
    each year. More than 2,100 associate community service providers and 508
    member organizations in 48 states, Puerto Rico and Guam are working with
    the Department of Veterans Affairs to end veteran homelessness by 2015.
    NCHV President and CEO John Driscoll calls the national campaign to end
    veteran homelessness "the most unifying and patriotic issue of our time."

  "Our partnerships with and other corporate sponsors have helped
  reduce veteran homelessness by more than 62 percent since 2008," Driscoll
  said. "We have made great progress, but nearly 60,000 veterans still need
  our help. We are honored by's continued trust and support, and
  by the generosity of its customers. Together, we can bring all of our
  veterans home." 

  oOxfam America is a global organization working to right the wrongs of
    poverty, hunger, and injustice. Oxfam saves lives, develops long-term
    solutions to poverty, and campaigns for social change. Oxfam America is a
    member of Oxfam, an international confederation of 17 organizations
    networked together in 94 countries, as part of a global movement for
    change, to build a future free from the injustice of poverty.

  "Oxfam believes in the power of people to change their lives and their
  communities," said Stephanie Kurzina, vice president for development and
  communications at Oxfam America. "When people have enough food, when their
  children can go to school, when villagers are empowered to speak out and
  claim their rights, that's when change takes root—and spreads. We all have a
  role to play in righting the wrong of poverty. We are happy to have stand with us in this fight."

  oThe Home for Little Wanderers (The Home) provides a seamless continuum of
    vital programs and services for every stage of child and family
    development. For more than 200 years, The Home has earned a reputation for
    doing whatever it takes to strengthen vulnerable families and keep
    children safe in their own communities, even when they don't have family
    support. Serving children and youth from birth to 22, The Home makes a
    positive impact on more than 7,000 lives each year through a network of
    services including behavioral health, therapeutic residential and special
    education, adoption and foster care.

  "The Home for Little Wanderers is thrilled to partner with in an
  effort to make a positive difference again this holiday season," said Marcia
  Allen, director of development for The Home for Little Wanderers. "As the
  first child service agency in the country, we are able to continue our
  innovative work 200 years later because of the support of our generous
  donors. Their support allows us to care for some of the most vulnerable
  children and families in Massachusetts and help them through some of the
  hardest times of their lives."

  oTwo Ten Footwear Foundation, founded in 1939, is the footwear industry's
    national charitable foundation.The Foundation is committed to
    strengthening America's footwear community by providing emergency
    financial assistance at times of crisis; college scholarships for footwear
    employees and their children; and other social and career services.

  "We are pleased to participate again in the 'In Their Shoes Campaign' to
  help support our end-of-year fundraising initiatives," said Kate Kaplan,
  director of development at Two Ten Footwear Foundation. " is a
  valued partner of Two Ten's and has been supportive in many of our important
  initiatives, including our annual dinner and auction, Footwear Cares
  community service program and the Women in Footwear Industry (WIFI) affinity

In Their Shoes Campaign Overview
During the campaign, which will run from Monday, November 11 to Friday,
November 15, customers that shop with the offer code "INSHOES"
will be contributing to the donation efforts, with a portion of each of these
sales going to the four participating charities.

With more than one million products for customers to choose from,
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seeking the best variety and brands. The customer experience
extends beyond shoes through the company's portfolio of specialty shopping
sites, including and as well as the exclusive featuring invitation-only private sales. was
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Media Contact:
Erin Delaney Maratea
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