The Heel and Naot Donate Up-To 100 Pairs of Shoes

The Heel Shoe Fitters and Naot USA, have partnered together to donate up to 100 pairs of Naot shoes to the N.E.W. Community Shelter.

The Heel Shoe Fitters has provided the residents of Green Bay with quality footwear since its beginning in 1970. The owner of The Heel Shoe Fitters, Troy Dempsey is an active member of the community. Troy, along with Yaleet Inc. feel very strongly that they should contribute back to their community and to individuals who are less fortunate. On Friday, April 26, The Heel Shoe Fitters, along with Yaleet will donate 100 pairs of Naot shoes and sandals to N.E.W. Community Shelter, an organization that works in cooperation with others in the community to address homelessness & hopelessness through education, counseling, resources, and in-house services.

How Can You Help?
Come to The Heel on Friday, April 26 and try on a pair of Naot shoes. For every pair of Naot shoes tried on, one pair of shoes will be donated. If you purchase the shoes, two pairs of shoes will be donated! It doesn’t get much easier than that.


Each year, Naot USA, donates approximately 15,000 pairs of their shoes, boots and sandals to local charities. Since 1942, Naot has manufactured a wide variety of fine footwear for men and women in Israel. The Naot promise is to never choose between fashion and comfort. Naot shoes have a unique anatomical footbed, designed to quickly align to the specific contours of the wearer’s feet. These footbeds– made out of natural cork and latex and covered in a pampering layer of suede — are flexible, soft, shock absorbent, support the heel and alleviate fatigue and pain. The shoes’ upper build are made of high quality Italian leather in fashion-forward colors, with new, varied collections each year. 



The New Community Shelter was founded in 1994 to help the homeless and the hungry, and has evolved to become one of the most respected shelters in the State of Wisconsin. The New Community Shelter is the only Emergency Shelter in Brown County open year round that serves homeless adult men and women.  In addition to our Emergency Shelter Program, the New Community Shelter has provided a Transitional Living Program and a Community Meal Program since 1994.

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