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John’s Crazy Socks has introduced Cerebral Palsy Awareness Socks to celebrate and benefit people with cerebral palsy. The Company will donate 10 percent from the sale of these socks to United Cerebral Palsy of Long Island.
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John and Mark X. Cronin, Co-founders of John’s Crazy Socks spoke as part of the Sonderlands Talent Festival in Madrid, Spain. Billed as the “world’s biggest talent festival,” the event featured entrepreneurs, singers, dancers, writers and academics from around the world. Originally, scheduled to take place over three days in Madrid, the organizers moved the entire festival online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The West Islip Breast Cancer Coalition has teamed up with John’s Crazy Socks for a fundraising campaign. In the campaign, supporters use a special charity code when making a purchase from John’s Crazy Socks. The supporters each receive a free gift and John’s Crazy Socks donates 10 percent of the sales to the West Islip Breast Cancer Coalition.
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Wow! What a response to our Down Syndrome Super Box. We built that box as a showcase so people can see all the great items and work from our fellow entrepreneurs with Down syndrome. Well, the Down Syndrome Super Box sold out right away.  Thank you so much.

Here is what we are doing:

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 As part of that giving back, John delivered a check for $3,681 to the Special Olympics, bringing the total amount donated to the Special Olympics to over $90,000 in a Giving Back program that has raised over $360,000 for charity partners. 
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Thirty years ago today, President George H.W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) which has changed millions of lives. Without the ADA, there would be no John's Crazy Socks.
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John Cronin and his Dad, Mark X. Cronin, the co-founders of John’s Crazy Socks, delivered 120 pairs of socks to the West Islip Breast Cancer Coalition for use in the gift bags they give to women after breast cancer surgery.
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To wear a mask or not, that has become a key personal decision in the U.S. For a father, be it a father of young children or fully grown adults, that simple question takes on additional meaning. 
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