Download the Red Shoes Circle 2021, Our End of the Year Annual Newsletter
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Help us Make 2022 a Year of Hope & Healing

 

If you have already made an end-of -the year gift, thank you so much, we appreciate your caring heart.

 

 A few words of appreciation from The Red Shoes community:

 

“Thank you for being there throughout these times. I don’t know what I would have done without my morning yoga routine.”  

 

"I go through my daily activities with a new appreciation for all things!” 

 

"I am so thankful for the many and varied opportunities the Red Shoes offers to the Baton Rouge community and beyond. My life has been, and continues to be, enriched and blessed through the programs."

 

3 Easy Ways to Donate:

1. Make a donation by check and have 100% of your gift go to The Red Shoes.

 

 

Please mail your check to:
2303 Government St.

Baton Rouge, LA 70806


2. Make a one-time donation by credit card online.

 

Click the button below, and you'll be taken to Paypal, where you can donate securely with your Paypal account, or with a credit card.

 

After adding the amount, fill in "write a note" with the word "Donation."

 

Consider adding 3% to your donation to cover the credit card fees so your whole donation is used to do good.

3. Schedule a recurring donation by credit card online.

 

 This supports good work throughout the year.

The Red Shoes is a 501 c3 nonprofit organization.

Thank you so much for hearing the call and helping The Red Shoes surpass our goal. We hoped to raise $18,000 supported by 50 donors for Giving Tuesday and you said YES to the challenge, with 59 donors totaling $18,250. Each dollar will go to address values that are important to you: food scarcity, equity and inclusion, environmental awareness, compassion for self and all beings - all in a spiritual context rooted in a deep recognition of interconnection and reciprocity. Together, we truly can make change happen and offer people an open space to discover and explore what is most meaningful in life and what will insure a safe and healthy future for all.
With gratitude to each of you who cared enough to give on Giving Tuesday,
Wendy Herschman, Executive Director