When the BOBS from SKECHERS program began in 2011, we wanted to do what we could to help children that needed footwear.  We never expected it to become the hugely successful movement that it is today. Three short years later and we’ve crossed the NINE MILLION PAIR milestone! It’s truly incredible and we’re humbled by the impact that this program has had on children around the world. While we’re proud of the achievement, our mission continues with ongoing donation events. In fact, two events this past week in Nebraska City, Nebraska, and Evansville, Indiana, resulted in over 1,200 more kids receiving a new pair of shoes. Check out the pictures from the events as we march onward to 10 million pairs donated and beyond!


  1. Marina Ybanez says:

    Good Morning,

    My name is Marina Ybanez and I work for The City of Cleveland Tx at The Civic Center. We host a back to school event annually in August. I am hoping that Skechers can come and help out in our community.

    The City of Cleveland will be hosting its Annual Back to School Spectacular, on August 3, 2018 from 5pm-7pm at the Cleveland Civic Center. We invite you to participate in giving back to the community, and given our future leaders a head start to a successful
    2018-2019 school year.

    This event has become one of the biggest Back to School events in the Cleveland community, serving over 400 school-age children. I am trying to make 2018-2019 Back to School Spectacular even bigger and better with that said I need your help.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at the Cleveland Civic Center at
    Thank you
    Marina Ybanez

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