SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) – Students at an Upstate school have new shoes thanks to a big giveaway.
Samaritan’s Feet International handed out more than 600 pairs of shoes and socks to students at Cleveland Academy of Leadership in Spartanburg.
The event is a partnership with Upward Sports Nation based in Spartanburg.
The group will also be visiting a school in Clinton Friday to hand out more free shoes.
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