"We've always had people asking if they could buy the shoes for their kids," says founder Kenton Lee. "We always kind of said no, that's not really our model. We're a nonprofit; we're trying to get them to kids who can't afford them and really need them."
But the idea was always in the back of his mind.
By Katherine Jones
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