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Also sign our Guest book, tell us at the Shoes Saves
Foundation about yourself.  Tell us what your thoughts,
suggestions, and comments are. We want to know how we can better serve the community. Be blessed, and also remember to bless someone else. 

  Shoes Saves Foundation Management and Staff.
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10/7/2017
There are pumpkins in the community garden.
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Octoberfest 2017


Let’s do our best this Octoberfest 2017 to keep our thoughts on what Octoberfest truly stands for. So remember; and don't forget, about Octoberfest 2017: This October 1 through 31 is Octoberfest. Octoberfest focuses on community, and has a specific theme this year of "SO LET YOUR LIGHT SHINE". We, the Shoes Saves Foundation staff, management, and sponsors, want to encourage our neighbors and community to remember to look out for the safety of all those around us in the community this October; and all year long. This means, watching out for the kids who walk by in the morning going to the bus stop, or helping an elderly neighbor cross the street. Remember, to watch out for all unoccupied houses during the Halloween/Angels Night season as well. When we help each other; the community grows and flourishes. At the end of Octoberfest; we end the month with a celebration of nature’s goodness for the season changes, as fall has begun. Remember, our community focus of "SO LET YOUR LIGHT SHINE", and together we can make a difference.  


Shoes Saves Foundation Management and Staff



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06/16/2017
Metro Detroiter's: 
The Detroit Public Health STD CLINIC offers STD Screening in the University District near Wayne State University. The Detroit Public Health Clinic is located at 50 East Canfield, Detroit, Michigan 48201 at the corner of Canfield and Woodward; and assists all patients regardless of their ability to pay. The Clinic screens for every type of STD, an also HIV in full confidentiality. The phone number for The Detroit Public Health STD CLINIC is (313) 577-9100, you may also find them online at Detroitmi.gov/HEALTH. If you have never had a HIV test, get tested today.  
KNOW YOUR STATUS!!! 

Shoes Saves Foundation Management and Staff
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6/05/2017
The Book of Shine ~ Now Available 
(Click on Store)
The latest book by Reverend Joi Karla Hubert


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12/23/2016
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year                                        

​Shoes Saves Foundation Management & Staff

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Happy Thanksgiving 2016
Shoes Saves Foundation Management & Staff




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OCTOBERFEST
Octoberfest 2016

Let’s do our best this Octoberfest 2016 to keep our thoughts on what Octoberfest truly stands for. So remember; and don't forget, about Octoberfest 2016: This October 1 through 31 is Octoberfest. Octoberfest focuses on community, and has a specific theme this year of "LOVE AND CARE". We, the Shoes Saves Foundation staff, management, and sponsors, want to encourage our neighbors and community to remember to look out for the safety of all those around us in the community this October, and all year long. This means, watching out for the kids who walk by in the morning going to the bus stop, or helping an elderly neighbor cross the street. Remember to watch out for all unoccupied houses during the Halloween/Angels Night season as well. When we help each other; the community grows and flourishes. At the end of Octoberfest; we end the month with a celebration of nature’s goodness for the season changes, as fall has begun. Remember our community focus of "LOVE AND CARE", and together we can make a difference.  

Shoes Saves Foundation Management and Staff


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Neighborhood Clean Up Day

Don't forget, August is the month for community service, and our neighborhood clean-up day is scheduled for this Sunday August 14, 2016.  As a result of some people having a heavy church schedule on Sunday 08/14/2016, several people have decided to start on Saturday 08/13/2016, which we also love. Just remember bulk trash pick-up is on Wednesday 08/17/2016, and all efforts to have your cleaning done before Wednesday 08/17/2016, would be greatly appreciated. Just picking up the trash on and around your own property makes a world of difference. If you live adjacent to a non-occupied home, consider picking up any unsightly trash as well. Let’s get out there and make our neighborhood beautiful again. We can all make a difference in District 3, and improve our community. 

Shoes Saves Foundation Management and Staff
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07/26/2016

Let The Beat Hit Em!!!!!! Hell NO MARS!!!
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02/14/2016

Pull your pants up campaign!

The Shoes Saves Foundation has been reaching out to the community to hear the communities concerns. We recently spoke in detail to a man name Philip Gowins, who had a lot to say about young men in the African American Community, specifically about how they dress. Mr. Gowins who works at a local area restaurant and bar, expressed a great deal of concern about the sagging pants trend in young men. In our interview, he had this to say, “Reaching the young black male culture, speaking from my own personal experience is important because setting the correct example is crucial. When men wear their pants hanging low, it looks so bad to other people.” Mr. Gowins went on to say, “Many people have heard the term the man wears the pants, however; by not wearing pants at the appropriate waist height, and showing underwear or the buttock, expresses to the world you’re not a man. The police see it and have no respect for the person improperly dressed. Families, in particularly wives see it and have no respect for the man in sagging pants.” Through our focus groups we found, some of the first sightings of sagging or hanging pants were seen in the penal system. As we continued to talk to Mr. Gowins, he also expressed concern about men learning dress code examples from any bad experience, prison or otherwise.  

Mr. Gowins finally went on to say, “I would like to get the word out to early generations of young people, to help them to understand, that I am not criticizing them, but trying to teach them in love, for the purposes of improvement and motivation for the youth, with no intention to discourage or demean them. As I want especially young people to except they are our future, and I want them to be prepared for the future. This does include knowing how to dress for a job interview and once hired, understanding the proper work attire. Even as an entrepreneur, people must feel comfortable to hire you, and of course attire is part of that. Lastly I want black men in particularly to learn to self-exam themselves. To learn to look at the man in the mirror, and consider what they can do to improve self. To do some soul searching of their own, and improve their thinking, then display to the world a higher image of black men, other than sagging pants.  The sagging pants suggest to the world, those who wear them; don't know how to be men.” 

By: Reverend Mother Joi  Karla Hubert
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Happy New Year 2016


January 1, 2016

Shoes Saves Foundation Management and Staff
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November 2015, 

Don't forget our "SHOES FOR CHRISTMAS"  donation drive.  We are looking to help thousands of families this year, with providing needy families with shoes for Christmas.  Don't forget to donate today, your donations matter.
Shoes Saves Foundation Management and Staff
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October 31, 2015

HAPPY HALLOWEEN or ANGELS NIGHT 2015
Shoes Saves Foundation Management and Staff
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October 2015

OCTOBERFEST IS HERE!!!!!
Don't forget about Octoberfest 2015: This October 1 through 31 is Octoberfest. Octoberfest focuses of community and has a specific theme this year of 
"SHOW SOME CARE". We, the  Shoes Saves Foundation staff, management, and  sponsors, want to encourage our neighbors and community to remember to look out for the safety of all those around us in the community this October and all year long. This means watching out for the kids who walk by in the morning going to the bus stop, or helping an elderly neighbor cross the street. Remember to watch out for all unoccupied houses during the Halloween season as well. When we help each other; the community grows and flourishes.  Then we end the month with a celebration of nature’s goodness for the season changes, as fall has begun. Remember our community focus of "SHOW SOME CARE", and together we can make a difference.

Shoes Saves Foundation Management and Staff.
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June 2015 

Here at the Shoes Saves Foundation were all about a healthy mind, body, and soul.  We believe the feet are an essential part of keeping the mind, body, and soul in tip top condition. We encourage everyone to love and take care of their own feet.  Remember in 2015 to embrace your own healthy foot life style, and be good to your feet.  Join Reverend Joi Karla Hubert and the millions and billions of people on the earth who love their own feet.  The pictures above are of  the feet of the Shoes Saves Foundations Founder,  Joi Karla Hubert.  If you love your own feet send us a footpic, we'd love to post it.  Remember God saves, but shoes can save the feet.
The Shoes Saves Foundation Staff
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August 2014

Hello Shoes Saves Foundation loyal sponsors and supporters:  Don't forget August is the Shoes Saves Foundation Annual Health Awareness Month.  As such,  we are encouraging all to get HIV/AIDS tested. Visit your local community health department for free or low cost testing; or for additional information visit:

http://hivaidsresource.org 

 or 

http://www.rapituppresents.com/activities.html 
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Above: Are the feet of Reverend Joi Karla Hubert herself. Here at the Shoes Saves Foundation Ministries were all about shoes; therefore all about feet.  Send us your foot pics to: joihubert@shoessaves.com, and we'll be sure to post them.  Shoes Saves Foundation Ministry Staff.
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First picture to the left: Our Neighborhood Community Garden, Second picture in the middle: Our Neighborhood Community Playground, Third picture to the right: Our Neighborhood Planter Boxes (located through-out the community), Last picture on the bottom: Our Newly Built Community Reading Area.
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First picture to the left: Our Neighborhood Community Garden in its beginning stage in early spring of 2017, Second picture to the right: Our Neighborhood Community Garden in summer of 2017.
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