Create Your Own Socks

A Small Rebellion for Patient Dignity

My little sister, Ellie, couldn’t totally understand cancer, but she knew that bald brother = sick brother.
- Jake, Founder

About Resilience Gives

We are a community of patients, survivors, loved ones, and organizations supporting each other during treatment and fundraising for health causes close to our hearts.

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Samaury

SamauryLymphoma Patient

When I put them on, it makes me feel happy.

Charlie

JenMother of Leukemia Patient

The socks gave Charlie's friends a tangible way to show their support - the entire town became active participants in his recovery. Together, we've raised over $7800 to help fellow cancer patients pay their bills.

Michael

SandiMother of Leukemia Patient

His friends were wearing the socks everyday, and then the whole school started wearing them - I had mothers calling me to tell me that they were washing the socks every night. With their help, we raised over $2000 for our local LLS chapter to support patients like Michael and fund blood cancer research

Emma Rae

Emma RaeLeukemia Patient

I made socks to support the Rally Foundation to help kids get out of the hospital faster.

Travis

TravisFather of Leukemia Patient

Our community put on multiple fundraisers for our family, and this was by far, the most effective.

Mary

MaryWife of Lung Cancer Patient & Race Organizer

We didn’t have as many racers this year, but the proceeds we raised from the socks put us over our fundraising goal.

Marcie

MarcieSenior Development Manager, Rally Foundation

Our Rally Kids have raised thousands of dollars for Rally through the sale of their specially designed socks. More importantly, each child had so much fun designing their socks and their communities were so excited to buy a pair in honor of them. We’re grateful to be able to partner with another mission-driven organization.

Mark

MarkHusband of Adenocarcinoma Patient

So many people send me pictures of them remembering Mea by wearing her socks. Keep on fighting and bringing a smile to the face of people facing cancer and other illnesses.

Tiffany

TiffanyBreast Cancer Patient

Thank you soooo much. If anyone knows me, they know I love good, fun socks. :)

Melissa

MelissaDirector of Community Outreach, Camp Rising Sun

I love this. You guys make it so easy for us.

Lisa

LisaAunt of Brain Tumor Patient

Our family worked on this project together and it empowered us with something to look forward to while facing a grim diagnosis. It has truly lifted us in a way I really don't even know how to put into words.

Samaury

SamauryLymphoma Patient

When I put them on, it makes me feel happy.

Charlie

JenMother of Leukemia Patient

The socks gave Charlie's friends a tangible way to show their support - the entire town became active participants in his recovery. Together, we've raised over $7800 to help fellow cancer patients pay their bills.

Michael

SandiMother of Leukemia Patient

His friends were wearing the socks everyday, and then the whole school started wearing them - I had mothers calling me to tell me that they were washing the socks every night. With their help, we raised over $2000 for our local LLS chapter to support patients like Michael and fund blood cancer research

Emma Rae

Emma RaeLeukemia Patient

I made socks to support the Rally Foundation to help kids get out of the hospital faster.

Travis

TravisFather of Leukemia Patient

Our community put on multiple fundraisers for our family, and this was by far, the most effective.

Mary

MaryWife of Lung Cancer Patient & Race Organizer

We didn’t have as many racers this year, but the proceeds we raised from the socks put us over our fundraising goal.

Marcie

MarcieSenior Development Manager, Rally Foundation

Our Rally Kids have raised thousands of dollars for Rally through the sale of their specially designed socks. More importantly, each child had so much fun designing their socks and their communities were so excited to buy a pair in honor of them. We’re grateful to be able to partner with another mission-driven organization.

Mark

MarkHusband of Adenocarcinoma Patient

So many people send me pictures of them remembering Mea by wearing her socks. Keep on fighting and bringing a smile to the face of people facing cancer and other illnesses.

Tiffany

TiffanyBreast Cancer Patient

Thank you soooo much. If anyone knows me, they know I love good, fun socks. :)

Melissa

MelissaDirector of Community Outreach, Camp Rising Sun

I love this. You guys make it so easy for us.

Lisa

LisaAunt of Brain Tumor Patient

Our family worked on this project together and it empowered us with something to look forward to while facing a grim diagnosis. It has truly lifted us in a way I really don't even know how to put into words.

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