ML&L Cares Program Spotlight: Footprints of Michigan

ML&L Cares Program Spotlight: Footprints of Michigan

About three years ago now Will and I decided to implement the ML&L Cares: Trusted Choice for Charities program.  What is this?  Our agency will donate $500 each month to a local area non-profit that is referred to us by YOU our clients.  Just email mllcares@mllins.com with the name of the charity, a quick description and contact information for the charity.

The name of the charities that are referred to us go before our ML&L Charity committee that consists of a team member from our service, sales and management team and they select one recipient each month.  The charities that were not selected stay on our list for the following month.  The more times the same charity is referred the more weight it is given before the committee.

This month’s recipient is: Footprints of Michigan

Footprints was started in 2014 after the founder attended a street walk with a local Lansing organization.  The founder Geronimo Lerma III saw a homeless man in need of shoes.  His shows were duct-taped and very warn and tattered. A participant contacted her husband who delivered a size 13 gently used pair of shoes and gave them to the man and from there the organization was created!  Their mission is to empower those who are in need by providing warmth and dignity with footwear!

Interested in how you can help this awesome organization!

Want to volunteer?  Click here:  https://www.footprintsofmichigan.org/volunteers

Want to donate? Click here: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/footprintsofmich

Want to donate gently used shoes? Click here: https://www.footprintsofmichigan.org/footwear-donations

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