We've been lucky (or unlucky) enough to have some relatively warm weather so far this winter. For sneaker lovers, that means a few extra weeks of being able to their summer/spring footwear that would otherwise freeze your toes off.
According to The Coalition for the Homeless, as of October 2015, there were 59,568 homeless people in New York City. While our closets could be filled with 30 size 9.5s, there are people out there without one good pair of shoes.
It's From the Sole is a non-profit aimed at helping the less-fortunate one "step" at a time. The organization takes new or lightly-used sneakers, cleans them up, and gives them to those who need it most: the homeless. We linked up with Andre McDonnell, the man behind it all, to see how he tackles the problem that he wants to fix.