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Nestor Hebert Shoe Fund
Mission: over 1000 children throughout brevard county have new shoes this year through our efforts. 100% of all contributions are used to buy new shoes for children under 12 years old. rockledge, cocoa, cocoa beach, viera, titusville, merritt island, cape canaveral in 1938 nestor hebert started a christmas co-op to help the needy. in the 1970's nestor saw needs had shifted. many organizations were providing toys and food - things soon gone. he shifted the giving of the co-op to providing new shoes to needy children - a lasting gift that raised a child's spirit and sense of self. nestor became ill and the kiwanis club of rockledge now continues his efforts. since 1978 an annual average of 2,500 to pairs of shoes have been placed on elementary an school children in central brevard, as recommended by their teachers. the funds available are always the deciding factor on how many shoes can be given. we continue today with this year's distributions beginning in early october, and every monday until christmas with 25 to 200 children each day. noted in 11/23/00 florida today. awarded as best service project for a club with less than 45 members in 1993 by kiwanis international. best service project in 1997 by florida kiwanis.