Deputies Sending Shoes to Flood-Ravaged Louisiana

A local man with a history if collecting items for the needy has teamed up with the Bexar County Sheriff’s office to help flood victims in Louisiana.

James Keith tells us they were approached by Eric Castillo, the founder of “A Walk In My Shoes” who wanted to do something to help people who lost everything in the floods.

So, they teamed up and their effort paid off as they were able to collect 600 pairs of shoes.

Keith says Deputies, even the Sheriff donated several pairs of shoes as did civilians throughout the city.

Castillo stopped by the Bexar County Courthouse to gather up the shoes today and is now on his way to Louisiana to deliver them to people in need.



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