She is selling 285 pairs — which fill a room in her apartment — to help close a district budget gap of up to $2.2 million. She’s asking for a donation of $1,000 a pair to save the jobs of 17 teachers, three vice principals, library technicians and others.
Volunteers are uploading photos of the size 7-7 1/2 high-tops, cowboy boots, leopard-print rain boots, sandals, platforms and high heels to a website, http://www.shoestotherescue.com .READ MORE: School Bus Rolls Over On I-5 Near Stockton; No Children Were Inside
Even if they sell out, Miller will still have 65 pairs.READ MORE: Person Suspected Of Shooting At Roseville Police Officer After Attempted Traffic Stop
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