Survivors of Hurricane Ida
Our mission is to inspire hope with new socks & flip-flops for neighbors experiencing homelessness and communities affected by natural and man-made disasters.
Displaced, transient, unsheltered men, women, youth and veterans experiencing homelessness
can walk an average of 10 miles a day and are more susceptible to foot problems.
Socks are the #1 requested item
in shelters across the nation.
Homeless individuals are more susceptible to contracting Covid-19.
High School students filled container trailer with flip-flops after Hurricane Dorian hit the Bahamas
Thank you for socks for women and children's shelter in Florida
Florida Sock Ambassador
Socks for mega-size shelter after
Hurricane Harvey 2017
"Thank you! The shelter needed socks. Babies and elderly feet were cold."
- A Brown, Flood of 2016
Restoration Team, Baton Rouge
“My mother was diabetic and wanted socks to keep her feet safe and dry.
Thank you!" - Joanna L., New Orleans Hurricane Katrina 2005
1 in 30
children are experiencing homelessness.
of people homeless are veterans
of homeless individuals are over the age of 50
"There are times when it's easier to get food in shelters than it is to get socks. Homeless Veteran, New Orleans
"My coach encourages us to volunteer and help others.
I want to help people who are in need of help."
Thank you. Donations help to cover costs associated with resources for delivery to those who need socks more.
High school sock drive
Gulf Coast Hurricane Sock Drives
Hurricane Harvey, 26 August 2017
Hurricane Irma 10 September 2017
Hurricane Maria 20 September 2017
Hurricane Florence September 2018
Hurricane Dorian 2019
Hurricane Laura & Zeta 2020
Hurricane Ida 2021