George Ezra Signed Shoes
The English singer-songwriter George Ezra walked us all the way to Budapest since his first single, which reached the Top 10 in many charts around the world.
In 2015, he was nominated for four Brit Awards and opened for Hozier and Sam Smith in his In the Lonely Hour tour, as well as previously having Sir Ian McKellen featured dancing in his “Listen to the Man” music video.
This is his first donation to Small Steps Project.
George has donated a pair of black sliders in a UK size 11 with "Ezra" written on the top band in white. He signed the bottom inside before stepping out of them, donating them to us and stepping onto the Other Stage to put on an absolutely amazing set at Glastonbury 2017.
- Leather slides with 'Ezra' in white stitching
- UK 11
- Signed inside soles of both shoes
(Photo Credit: I Heart Studios)
Small Steps Project is a UK charity that wants to inspire everyone to take a small step, because together it is possible to make a difference.
From people volunteering their skills and attending their events, to companies donating their products and services, Small Steps raises funds that go to those who need it most. First, they provide emergency aid, shoes and food to children and communities living on municipal rubbish dumps around the world. Then they provide support for children to take steps into education, and adults into employment.
They deliver their projects in two phases. In the first phase they deliver emergency aid distribution projects, providing items that will protect people from the immediate dangers on rubbish dumps—from shoes, gloves and clothing to mosquito nets, food and water. This enables them to establish the demographics of the dump and devise and implement the second phase of sustainable projects that aims to reduce the time children spend on dumps and support them in taking small steps into education.
Small Steps Project makes documentary films and organises campaigns, such as Celebrity Shoe Auctions, to boost awareness and raise funds for this huge, but often overlooked, global situation.