Help Us Donate 100 Pair of Kids Winter Boots To Family Access Network!


Winter is Here, Let’s Spread the Cheer!

With snow on the ground and cold temps on the way we invite you to help keep feet warm in our community by donating a set of children’s winter boots (any size) to Family Access Network!

Our giving challenge:  Round up 100 pairs of kids winter boots for Family Access Network.

Winters in Central Oregon can be tough, and for those that do not have access to the essential winter supplies, winter gets ROUGH!  For the past 3 year’s we’ve been partnering with Family Access Network to help round up children’s winter boots for those in our community that do not have the resources to get warm winter footwear.  Our goal is to round up 100 pairs of boots.  We’ve come close, but have yet to achieve that number.  With you help this could be our year!

How can you participate?

1.  Buy Boots!

During the month of December, we will be collecting new (or very gently used) kids winter boots of ANY size.  Boots can be purchased for between $30 to $80 at the following retailers.

Dicks Sporting Goods:  Prices start at $30 to $40

Fred Meyer:  Prices can range from $25 to $40 depending on sales

Columbia Sportswear of Bend:  Prices range from $29.99 (Sale Price as of 12/17)

2.  Drop off at our office, or mail in!

Boots can be dropped off at any of the Bend Cascade Sotheby’s Offices

Bend Downtown Office:  812 NW Wall St. Bend, OR 97701  (Hours 9AM to 5PM Monday to Friday.

Bend Old Mill Office:  650 SW Bond St.  Bend, OR 97702  (Hours:  9AM to 5PM) Monday to Friday.

Out of area?  Order online via the link below. (prices start at $20)

You can also purchase boots online via the following link and ship them to the Cascade Sotheby’s Old Mill Location and we will deliver them to Family Access Network!


Step 2 Enter the following shipping address:

Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty C/O Ryan McGlone

650 SW Bond St. Ste 100

Bend, OR 97702

Thank you for your support in making a difference in our community!


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