PUMA has launched the Re-Cut Project, a new line of shoes with a recycled denim upper that positively impacts an orphanage in Vietnam. Through this initiative, PUMA is giving back to the community near Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam where both the PUMA office and Be Tho Orphanage are located. 100% of the profits from this 2014 footwear collection will be donated to the Orphanage.

The Be Tho Orphanage is an important part of the community around Ho Chi Minh City, caring for approximately 136 displaced children ranging from newborns to 16 year olds. The profits from the Re-Cut Project footwear will help to fund recreational activities, meals, and medical care for these children.
For more information about the Re -Cut Project please visit www.puma.com/cleverworld.

100 % of the profits from the PUMA Re-Cut Project will go towards supporting the children in the Be Tho orphanage (pictured)