• Our Mission

    Transforming the shoe industry's donations of footwear into dollars for first-step funding at leading breast cancer research organizations in the U.S. Shoes for a Cure is the largest fundraising event of the footwear industry, raising nearly $60 million for this groundbreaking first-step breast cancer research through the non-profit Fashion Footwear Charitable Foundation (FFCF). All donations are tax-deductible and benefit Breast Cancer Research.

  • Beneficiary Hospitals

    The following institutes have received funding from the Fashion Footwear Charitable Foundation to further first-step breast cancer research.

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  • Board of Directors

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    Sandi Mines

    President, FFCF

    VP, Corporate Engagement, FDRA

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    Susan Itzkowitz

    President

    Marc Fisher

    Footwear

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    John Heron

    EVP & GM, Børn

    Berkshire Hathaway Shoe Holdings 

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    Jill Hatton

    Head of Business

    Development, Sales

    Caro

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    Faryl Gilston

    Founder

    & CEO

    Faryl Robin 

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    Matt Priest

    President

    & CEO

    FDRA 

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    Brenda Christmon

    Sr. Director, Brand Communications

    Rack Room Shoes

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    Carrie Rubin

    President,

    North America

    Pentland

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    Sarah Lubas

    VP, Wholesale & Retail Concessions

    Burberry

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    Kathy Forstadt

    Senior Director of Merchandising

    Zappos

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    Sandra Colon

    Head of

    Sales

    Birkenstock

  • Our Mission

    Transforming the shoe industry's donations of footwear into dollars for first-step funding at leading breast cancer research organizations in the U.S. Shoes for a Cure is the largest fundraising event of the footwear industry, raising nearly $60 million for this groundbreaking first-step breast cancer research through the non-profit Fashion Footwear Charitable Foundation (FFCF). All donations are tax-deductible and benefit Breast Cancer Research.

    2023 FUNDRAISING GOAL

  • Our Story

    Shoes on Sale began as a shoe sale in a tent in Central Park in 1994. It was an inspired call-to-action of FFANY and Co-Founders Jodi and Jerome Fisher to join the generosity of the shoe industry alongside compassionate customers to raise funds to find a cure for breast cancer.

     

    Now in its 28th year, Shoes for a Cure is the largest fundraising event of the shoe industry and has donated over $60 million to fund First-Step research at nine of our nation’s leading research organizations.

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    Anne Fisher and guests at the Shoes on Sale gala, 2017

  • In the News

    • READ: FFANY Shoes on Sale Will Reboot After Longtime Partnership with QVC Ends
    • READ: FFANY Shoes on Sale: Anne Fisher Honored with Humanitarian Award – Footwear News
    • READ: FFCF and QVC Present FFANY Shoes on Sale
    • READ: 27th Annual QVC-FFANY Shoes on Sale Fundraiser Donations from Designers
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