A Manhattan family is making a final push to collect 25,000 pairs of shoes. Currently, Chris & Natalie LeMay have collected about a third of their goal and that's where you come in. They are asking for your help to push them across the finish line.Once they reach their goal of 25,000 pairs of shoes, there is an organization who will distribute them to third world countries and give the family $10,000 to use towards their adoption of a little boy. A boy who was born with crippled feet. That's why they are collecting shoes, here's how you can help.

The LeMay's are looking for 500 people to pledge raising one bag of shoes for them. Each bag holds 25 pairs of shoes.This won't cost you any money, just a little bit of time by asking your friends, co-workers, and neighbors to donate a pair of shoes before Labor Day Weekend.

THEN BRING YOUR BAG OF 25 PAIRS OF NEW, USED AND GENTLY WORN SHOES TO MURDOCH’S 2 BOZEMAN LOCATIONS - LABOR DAY WEEKEND

If you can help, please click the button below to let them know you're pledging to raise 25 pairs of shoes.

You can find out more about what this family is doing and see how the final push is going by visiting their official website at LemaysAdopt.com.Also, as a bonus and thank you, everyone who pledges to raise a bag of shoes is in to win a $100 Visa Gift Card.

The company that the shoes will go to is in Orlando, Florida. They collect shoes to send to developed nations. These shoes are used to create micro-enterprises which in turn create jobs and stimulate impoverished nation’s economies.