Drew Frank, 14, along with brother Jamie Frank, 13, helped spread holiday cheer at the YWCA’s Sara McKnight Transitional Living Center on Dec. 21.

Supported by parents Dana and Adam Frank and their grandfather, local businessman Gerald Rubin, the teens gave away 65 pairs of new Nike shoes to the woman and children living at the center. They also gave each of the women a gift of $100.

Drew and Jamie have started a charitable foundation called the Kickpin Foundation and operate a popup store they open one weekend a month to sell rare shoes. It’s located in the Shops on Mesa shopping center on the Westside.

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