ABCOR PACKAGING made drop boxes to put footwear in for the Shoes for Orphaned Souls effort. Tom Cassada, left, and Keith Gombash stand with one of the Shoes For Orphan Souls drop boxes, which were printed, die-cut, folded and glued by the machine behind them. Cassada is co-owner of Abcor Packaging in Cleveland. Abcor and its suppliers donated the entire project to the Shoes program. “Abcor made enough drop boxes for us that we were able to share with other Shoes collection locations in the Chattanooga region and all the way to Murfreesboro and Nashville,” said Gombash, a local Shoes For Orphan Souls volunteer. Look for one of these drop boxes in 24 locations around Cleveland. The local effort has set a goal to collect 10,000 pair of shoes for orphaned and disadvantaged youngsters around the world. New shoes may be dropped off through August at The Cleveland Daily Banner, Cherokee Pharmacy, The Church at Grace Point, Dr. James M. Goldman Chiropractic, Gardner's Market, Gray Epperson Mazda, Homestead Lawn & Tractor, Hughes and Associates Insurance Agency, Living Word Church, North Cleveland Church of God, Shoe Show (Keith Street and in the mall), Southern Heritage Bank (all three locations), Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union (both locations), Toyota of Cleveland, Way of the Cross Baptist Church, Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, Westwood Baptist Church, Whirlpool Corporation, White Wing Christian Bookstore and YMCA of Cleveland.