Sadie Robertson Gives Boots to Poor Children: 'Amazing Trip, Amazing People, Amazing God'

By Mark Judge | February 3, 2016 | 2:14pm EST

"Duck Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson has returned from Guatemala, where she was providing rain boots to poor children.

Last summer Robertson, 18, teamed up with Roma Boots to launch a new line of boots. Roma is a "buy one give one company" company; for every pair of boots bought, they donate a pair to a needy child.

Last month Robertson joined Roma for a "boot drop." She traveled to Guatemala and helped deliver hundreds of boots to children who needed them. Robertson posted a picture on her Instagram account and wrote, "Amazing trip. amazing people, amazing God." (Photo: Instagram/Sadie Robertson)


"The latest 'boot drop' with Sadie [last month] is a grand step in [Roma Boots'] ongoing effort to be sure kids never go without shoes," the company said in a statement to The Christian Post. "Millions of children throughout the world weather all kinds of conditions barefoot, but Samuel Bistrian, [the creator of Roma Boots,] wants to put an end to the dark side of poverty by bringing on smiles and security with Roma Boots."

Bistrian has already delivered boots to more than 25 countries.

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