Therafit Shoe Partners with Smile Train for its “Season of Giving” Campaign with Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger and Entrepreneur, Kristen Taekman
With the holiday season around the corner, Therafit Shoe, a women’s charitable comfort shoe brand, today announced its new campaign, “Season of Giving” and its partnership with the world's largest cleft charity,Smile Train and fashion and lifestyle blogger, entrepreneur and professional model, Kristen Taekman. The campaign aims to gift smiles to children in need around the world, all while providing comfortable and great-looking shoes to women during this festive season. The campaign kicks off today and will run through December 31, 2016. Therafit will donate 20% from each pair of shoes purchased with the code Smile16. And for the month of DECEMBER a percentage of ALL shoes purchased will go to ‘Smile Train’ at checkout.
Millions of children in developing countries with untreated clefts live in isolation, but more importantly, have difficulty eating, breathing and speaking. Cleft repair surgery is simple, and the transformation is immediate. Smile Train's sustainable model provides training, funding and resources to empower local doctors in the developing world to provide 100%-free cleft repair surgery and comprehensive cleft care in their own communities.
“We admire the great work that Smile Train does to help children with clefts around the world and are excited to be working them to help raise awareness and funds over the holiday season,” said Moises Egozi, CEO of Therafit. “As a brand that creates shoes for the busy modern day woman, Kristen Taekman represents who we are as a brand and with her support of Smile Train and the campaign we hope to provide many new smiles to children in need.”
Combining fashion with comfort and technology, Therafit shoes offers an extensive line of casual shoes, athletic sneakers, boots, and sandals for women on the go. With multiple solutions for foot, knee, leg and back pain, Therafit has received a seal of approval by the American Podiatric Medical Association. Therafit is a Certified B Corporation and gives a percentage of each shoe sale to partnering charities such as Smile Train. For the “Season of Giving” campaign, Smile Train ambassador Kristen Taekman has joined forces with Therafit to help raise money for children with clefts.
“The holidays are a perfect time to give back to those in need and through the money raised, Smile Train will be able to give children around the world something extra special to smile about this holiday season,” said Taekman. Therafit encourages its supporters to select Smile Train as their charity of choice at checkout on http://www.therafitshoe.com. Therafit shoes range in price from $70-$140 and will be available exclusively on Therafit’s website during the “Season of Giving” campaign.
To learn more about Therafit and to support their “Season of Giving” campaign with Smile Train and Kristen Taekman, please visit http://www.therafitshoe.com and follow them on Instagram, Twitter Facebook at @therafitshoe, facebook.com/TheraFitShoe. Follow Smile Train on Twitter and Instagram @SmileTrain and on Facebook at facebook.com/SmileTrain. Additionally, follow campaign updates from Kristen Taekman on her Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @kristentaekman, facebook.com/kristentaekman
About Smile Train
Smile Train is an international children's charity with a sustainable approach to a single, solvable problem: cleft lip and palate. Millions of children in developing countries with untreated clefts live in isolation, but more importantly, have difficulty eating, breathing and speaking. Cleft repair surgery is simple, and the transformation is immediate. Our sustainable model provides training, funding and resources to empower local doctors in 85+ developing countries to provide 100%-free cleft repair surgery and comprehensive cleft care in their own communities. To learn more about how Smile Train's sustainable approach means donations have both an immediate and long-term impact, please visit smiletrain.org.
Therafit is a Miami-based shoe company that was originally established in 2011 by Founder and CEO, Moises Egozi. The company has evolved into a fashionable and comfortable everyday wear shoe line that is inspired by European design, and received the APMA (American Podiatric Medical Association) seal of approval. The company donates to a charity partner of each customer’s choice with every purchase made through its One Step Forward Giving Campaign.
About Kristen Taekman
Kristen Taekman, entrepreneur and proud mommy of two children, 8-year-old Cash and 4-year-old Kingsley has been happily married to Josh Taekman, co-founder of Eboost, for over 10 years. Kristen is the founder of Pop of Color Beauty Line and Last Nights Look, a successful lifestyle and fashion blog. Pop of Color began with twelve vegan and 4-free nail polishes and has quickly expanded. POC Beauty will soon launch six new nail polish colors as well as a matte lip gloss line. Kristen is also a professional model with New York Models and has graced the covers of some of the world’s most renowned fashion publications in Europe, Australia and the U.S. She is also known for her role on Bravo’s reality show, The Real Housewives of New York. Kristen is highly involved with Smile Train; a charity that provides free cleft lip and palate repair surgery for children around the world. Kristen truly believes in the importance and power of a smile and enjoys being a part of such a wonderful charity.