Pasos for Oak Cliff, a non-profit, is set up by Jesse Acosta, a high school teacher, and Alejandra Zendejas, a math tutor. We both consider ourselves sneakerheads.
As sneakerhead educators and members of the community, we are fully aware that parents and guardians struggle to supply some basic necessities for their children - this is especially true when it comes to shoes.
As a result, we decided to turn our LOVE for sneakers into a proactive start up - Pasos for Oak Cliff. The goal of Pasos for Oak Cliff is to give students new shoes. The lack of good quality shoes leads to discomfort, ridicule, bullying, and isolation. We can prevent that from happening, but we cannot do it alone, we need YOUR SUPPORT.
Rondo Estrello, an Oak Cliff based creative and fun-loving force, passed away on December 5, 2020 at the age of 44. He was a self-taught creative genius whose work and connections in the Dallas music and arts scene will be forever remembered.
Besides an interest in art, at an early age, Rondo and his twin brother, Raymo, became obsessed with the sneaker culture. Hence, Rondo's family has to set up a memorial fund with Pasos for Oak Cliff to honor his name and passions appropriately. 100% of the fund will be donated to Pasos for Oak Cliff to buy sneakers for students in need.
Thank you in advance for helping provide children in need with some dope kicks that would definitely put a smile on Rondos' face.