Inspiring hope with new socks for neighbors experiencing homelessness and communities affected by natural disasters.
Thank you for a Successful
2018 Winter Relief Campaign
Socks are the least donated and most requested clothing item for shelters.
Feet covered in common living areas decreases exposure to transmittable diseases, parasitic infections, contagious fungus and bacterial infection.
Men socks and diabetic socks are needed.
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24/7 Help Line
Thank You! We did it! Flip-Flops for The Bahamas
Thank You. Your donation help to cover the costs associated with resources to acquire and deliver socks and flip-flops.
Ex: Shipping 500 pairs of socks cost $95.
Individuals experiencing homelessness or displaced from natural disasters can walk an average of 10 miles a day and are more susceptible to foot problems.
"There are times when it's easier to get food in shelters than it is to get socks when I'm cold."
- Homeless Female Veteran
- TODAY -
1 in 30
of people homeless
of homeless individuals
are over the age of 50
To Protect the feet of displaced, transient, and unsheltered men, women, children, youth and veterans experiencing homelessness WITH NEW SOCKS, FLIP-FLOPS AND much needed FOOTCARE items.
Thank you for socks to women and children's shelter in Florida.
Florida Sock Ambassador
“My mother was diabetic and wanted socks to keep her feet safe and dry. -Joanna L., New Orleans Hurricane Katrina 2005
"Help! The shelter need socks. Babies and elderly need socks."
- A Brown, Flood of 2016
Restoration Team, Baton Rouge
SOCKS for mega-size shelter after
Hurricane Harvey 2017
FLIP-FLOPS for Puerto Rico 2017
"My coach encouraged us to help others and I want to help people who need help."
Thank you. Donations help to cover costs associated with resources for delivery to those who need socks more.
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Gulf Coast Hurricane Sock Drives
Hurricane Harvey, 26 August 2017
Hurricane Irma 10 September 2017
Hurricane Maria 20 September 2017
Hurricane Florence September 2018
"When the flood waters go down the homeless number goes up..."
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