About Footscape

What We Do

Footscape recognises the importance of healthy feet for disadvantaged persons to maintain overall health, keep physically active and participate in social activities. However, for many individuals it can be difficult to access Podiatry services or afford new shoes to care for their feet.

Footscape works together with affiliate organisations to:

  • Deliver volunteer Podiatry services.
  • Provide free shoes, socks, orthotic devices and foot care kits.
  • Train health care workers about foot care.

It’s a focussed and efficient system which has positively impacted thousands of lives.


Who We Are

Since Footscape began our journey, a dedicated committee and volunteer network have used skills in public health, community development, finance and information technology to assist disadvantaged persons with foot problems.

Meet the team


If you would like to help, there are a range of ways you can do so:

Footscape is registered with Consumer Affairs Victoria and the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.

Since 2009 Footscape has proudly:

Delivered pro bono Podiatry services for Asylum Seeker Resource Centre members for 12 years!

Distributed 90,000 pairs of shoes and socks.

Distributed 4,000 foot care kits to people experiencing homelessness, asylum seekers and First Nations People to promote foot health.

Distributed 400 pairs of orthotic devices, predominately to financially disadvantaged children encountering foot problems.

Participated in international foot care projects.