Soles for A.I.R. 2019

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and National Bully Prevention Awareness Month. Every year in recognition of the aforementioned, A.I.R. Project has its annual Soles for A.I.R. community event.  At this event, A.I.R. Project provides a new pair of shoes to under-served/at-risk youth who have been exposed to or victimized by domestic violence, sexual abuse, child abuse, bullying and other types of abuse and violence.

 As of 2019, we have provided over 1,000 pairs of shoes to youth in Houston TX and its surrounding metropolitan areas. 

In addition to providing new pair of shoes, A.I.R. Project partners with different community organizations, businesses, and individuals to make this a successful event every year. We have established rapport with familiar businesses and names who continues to support this cause every year; the list includes Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers (Missouri City), Code Red Pro Dance Team, and Therapist phenomenon, Mrs. Lola Clay, LPC. We received additional support from City Connections* (District K), 5 Corners District, VFW Post 8925 Pilot Knob, Little Caesar's (South Post Oak), Panda Express (OST and Main), Academy Sports and Outdoors (Edgebrook), HEB Plus (Pearland), Krispy Kreme (Pearland), and Houston Parks and Recreation Department. To find out more about Soles for A.I.R. 2019 click here. Some of our loyal community partners and amazing guests includes Raising Cane's, O'Reilly Auto Parts, Welch Middle School, P31 Woman's Organization, Code Red Pro Dance Team, and renowned psychotherapist extraordinaire, Mrs. Lola Clay!

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If you would like to learn more about Soles for A.I.R. or how you can make a difference, email us at or fill out our contact us form.

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