This fall, 50 childhood cancer survivors will show current patients that there is hope. Across the country, these survivors will visit their local children’s hospitals and donate thousands of non-slip socks to families in active treatment.
50 childhood cancer survivors
For families in the thick of cancer treatment, seeing children who have moved into survivorship gives hope that there’s light at the end of the tunnel. We’re partnering with 50 childhood cancer survivors to spread this message far and wide.
50 children's hospitals
Across America, these childhood cancer survivors are visiting their local children’s hospitals to share this message of hope with local families.
We’re sending 2,500 socks to these 50 childhood cancer survivors for them to donate at their local children’s hospital. But for us, 2,500 is just a start - our goal is to donate 10,000 pairs!
how we fuel our donations
We work with children battling cancer to design non-slip socks, and we match every pair we sell with a donated pair to a child in the hospital. You can support this initiative by buying a pair of socks.