Mo'ne Davis

In this Feb. 13, 2015 file photo, Mo’ne Davis attends the 2015 Sprint NBA All-Star Celebrity Game at Madison Square Garden in New York. The Disney Channel says development is under way on the biographical film, titled “Throw Like Mo.” It will tell the story of this 13-year-old sensation who last summer made history as the first girl to pitch a shutout in the Little League World Series. (Photo by Scott Roth/Invision/AP, File)

Little League star Mo’ne Davis hopes to inspire young girls around the world yet again, but this time in a way that does not directly involve sports.

Davis is partnering with the shoe company M4D3 and the “Because I am a Girl” initiative to create a new line of sneakers, with 15 percent of proceeds going to help impoverished girls around the world.

“I never thought at the age of 13 I’d be a role model, but having young girls look up to me is pretty cool. If I can inspire them to reach their goals, that would be even cooler,” Davis said in a statement.

The sneakers are made with the same stitching as a baseball, and bear the message “Throw Like A Girl.”

Davis shot to fame during last summer’s Little League World Series as the star pitcher for Philadelphia’s Taney Dragons. She became the first girl to earn a win and pitch a shutout in the tournament’s history, and later appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated.

“We are designing a shoe that represents who is; contemporary, spirited and athletic, but at the same time being very caring towards other girls and young women that are vulnerable around the world,” M4D3 ambassador Lisa Zbitnew said in a statement.

Davis’ new footwear line is available for preorder on M4D3’s website.

The Disney Channel is also in the process of producing a biopic of Davis entitled “Throw Like Mo.”