This fall, Shoe Carnival is supporting the American Cancer Society during Breast Cancer Awareness Month with an in-store round-up campaign.
From Sept. 25 through Oct. 29, more than 400 Shoe Carnival stores nationwide will participate in the campaign to fight breast cancer by asking customers to round up their purchase total to the next dollar.
All proceeds will help the American Cancer Society provide free services for breast cancer patients, including peer-to-peer support from trained volunteers, free lodging near treatment, a live 24/7 helpline, and more.
Also this year, for the fourth year, Shoe Carnival partnered with ACS, Coaches vs. Cancer, and Princess Lacey's Legacy to help raise funds to fight pediatric cancer.
Basketball fans (and anyone else) were able to purchase a specially designed pair of laces from Shoe Carnival in memory of Lacey Holswoth, a young girl lost too soon to cancer and the namesake of the Princess Lacey's Legacy Foundation. All net proceeds benefited ACS and Princess Lacey's Lega
Over the last five years, Shoe Carnival has raised more than $1.2 million to fight cancer through its support of Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, Relay For Life, and Real Men Wear Pink.