A Grand Junction company is helping people who are struggling to get back on their feet.
Brown's Shoe Fit Company and its wholesaler donated 100 pairs of shoes to Catholic Outreach on Wednesday for its clothing bank.
Some of the shoes will also go to victims of domestic violence at the Latimer House.
The Catholic Outreach says its more than just a new look for people working to get off the streets.
"It builds you up, they can stand taller and yes it could make the difference between a job or how they feel about themselves," Catholic Outreach Coordinator Beverly Lampley told 11 News on Wednesday.
This is the second year Brown's has donated shoes to Catholic Outreach.