Nonprofit offering free Under Armour clothes to foster kids

Nonprofit offering free Under Armour clothes to foster kids

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The nonprofit Walk in Their Shoes debuts its new offerings for the Children's Home of Lubbock.

All the clothing and accessories are free as part of a contract through Under Armour.

"We have 18,000 pieces of Under Armour, we have track shoes and everything, so when the kids come through here, all they have to do is find their size and put it in their bag and take it home," said Natalie Craig with the organization. 

Craig's organization also works with the Texas Boys Ranch, providing scholarships to get them through college.

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