Good Counsel Lacrosse Teams Make Shoes for Sole Hope



Recently, the Good Counsel Boys and Girls Lacrosse teams have worked together to benefit Sole Hope, a non-profit that helps get shoes on the feet of Ugandans in need. Local CBS affiliate station WUSA 9 stopped by to see the Falcons in action and put together this piece about their efforts.


From the article by Diane Roberts:


"You know we're kind of privileged here and we always have a nice fresh pair of shoes and it’s something they've never really seen," said Jack Sebeck, a senior Midfielder for the boys’ lacrosse team.


'They' are young people in Uganda who suffer from a devastating foot disease. The problem can be prevented by simply wearing shoes, which many don't own and can't afford.


Enter the Falcons lacrosse teams. 


The girls had the idea for a simple service project and invited the boys along for the fun.


"It makes such an impact for these kids and everybody has a pair of jeans...everybody has a pair of jeans they're not wearing that can go towards something greater," said Katie Martin, a Senior on defense. 


The something greater is the Sole Hope project. The project facilitates turning old jeans into brand new shoes.


View the spot and read the rest of the article here.



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