Not-for-profit group Shoes For All donates cleats to needy Claremont students

About 60 pairs of baseball cleats were donated to Claremont elementary students at P.S. 55 by not-for-profit group Shoes For All.



School principal Jose Torres says the athletic shoes, which cost anywhere from $30 to more than $100, will help parents who can't afford them.



Through this donation, the Claremont students in return are giving back. About 55 of the donated cleats will be going to a local baseball league with players who have autism.



The students plan to personally hand them out this week to the special-needs athletes.


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