Over 2100 pairs of sneakers collected and 1550 distributed to people in need for FREE
We collect reusable sneakers from the community and distribute to people for FREE so they can play, participate and reach their potential.
Maia was only 12 (2017) when she developed the idea for Lazy Sneakers. All she had was a passion to help others and a family to back her. Since the project has started, she has been able to provide sneakers for children, student athletes, families and social services.
Maia observed that some of her peers could not participate in sports because they didn’t have the appropriate footwear. So she launched a project to free up unused sneakers. Lazy Sneakers was launched in January 2018.
Lazy Sneakers is a sneaker bank project collecting reusable good conditioned sneakers from the community and then distributing these sneakers for FREE so people can play, participate and reach their potential.
There are so many ways to support Lazy Sneakers. Contact us to find out how you can contribute and support the Lazy Sneaker project
Clyde Street, Wellington, Wellington Region, New Zealand
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