10 Socks That Give Back And Make Perfect Stocking Stuffers In 2022 - Johns Crazy Socks

10 Socks That Give Back And Make Perfect Stocking Stuffers In 2022

Looking to add something Special to your holiday gift? Why not an item that does good and gives back. At John's Crazy Socks we believe in giving back.

1.ASL | American Sign Language  I Love You Sign Language Sock

We are big fans of anything that celebrates the inclusion of persons with differing abilities in all aspects of our daily lives.  Without ASL, persons who have speech or language difficulties would find it difficult to communicate with others.

The first-ever Winner of our Sock Design Contest: Sierra Sapack!  She is currently a junior at Liberty University majoring in Special Education and minoring in American Sign Language. Her design was a blue sock with hearts and a hand displaying the American Sign Language gesture for "I Love You." Sapack was inspired to design her sock, entitled "I Love You in American Sign Language," by her ASL professor, who is deaf. 

These socks celebrate people who are deaf and use American sign language. And they will raise money for our new charity partner, the Lexington School for the Deaf. Ten percent of the sale of these American Sign Language I Love You Crew Socks will go to Lexington School for the Deaf.

 

2.Whale Women's Crew Socks

We love these Whale Women's Crew Socks with their navy blue whales floating on a Bermuda blue sea. They’re beautiful and fun. 

We also love these Whale Women's Crew Socks because 10 percent from every pair sold goes to the Whaling Museum and Education Center in Cold Spring Harbor. The Whaling Museum brings to life Long Island’s maritime past and helps us connect with the sea that surrounds us. They have artifacts, artwork and historical documents from when Cold Spring Harbor and much of Long Island was at the heart of the worldwide whaling industry. Better yet, they create exhibits and offer shows and programs that bring that world to life. Their focus is not just on the past, but how the past informs our lives today and will help shape our future. It is a small museum with a personal touch and creative staff. 

Our co-founder and inspiration, John Cronin, loves to visit the museum. During visits there, he’s made toy boats and simulated scrimshaw. He’s danced to a rockabilly band during one of the Museum’s Whales, Tales and Ales Nights when they open the museum to visitors, have performers re-enacting scenes from the past and welcome local craftspeople to share their wares. What a great time the whole family had! So be sure to get your  Whale Women's Crew Socks before they swim on out of our warehouse for good! 

3.First Responders EMT Socks 

John's Crazy Socks wants to thank First Responders for everything they do with a pair of fun and colorful socks. EMTs are heroes that provide emergency medical service. Show off your pride as an EMT or surprise an EMT in your life with a pair to make sure that she or he knows that you appreciate being protected.

 These are Charity Socks. We will donate 10% from each pair sold to The Huntington Community First Aid Squad (HCFAS).

 

4.Healthcare Superhero Socks Crew Sock

 

What can a sock company do to thank the doctors, nurses, and health care professionals during the Coronavirus pandemic? Make socks. Socks to celebrate health care workers, their bravery, courage, and sacrifice.  Socks to raise money to care for nurses on the front lines of the fight against this virus.  We stand with all of our America in thanking our frontline medical workers who have put themselves at risk to serve others. They risk their lives to save our lives. They are true heroes.Socks that Give BackThe socks will raise money for the American Nurses Foundation's Coronavirus Response Fund. This fund provides direct assistance to nurses and supports the mental health of nurses during and after the pandemic. 

These are Charity Socks. We will donate 10% from each pair sold to the American Nurses Foundation's Coronavirus Response Fund 

 

5.P.S. I Love You Suicide Awareness Socks - Unisex Crew Socks

We are pleased to introduce our P.S. I Love You - Suicide Awareness Socks - Unisex Crew Socks.  Made in collaboration with the P.S. I Love You Day Organization [http://psiloveyouday.net/], these socks were designed to help raise awareness of the unfortunate prevalence of suicide especially among young people.  The socks are purple because the organization wants everyone to wear purple on the second Friday of every February to encourage everyone to foster kindness and a welcoming environment for all.

The P.S. I Love You - Suicide Awareness Socks - Unisex Crew Socks are part of our awareness line of socks and 10% from the sale of each pair of socks is donated to the P.S. I Love You Day Organization to assist them in their efforts to make everyone feel special, loved, and remind you, thatyou are never alone.

On the sole of each purple sock is the empowering message "Be Proud of Who You Are".

 

6.Cerebral Palsy Awareness Watercolor Crew Sock 

The Cerebral Palsy Awareness Watercolor Crew Sock celebrates all people with CP. Every time someone asks you about your distinctive and beautiful socks, you will help raise awareness of Cerebral Palsy . 

 We will be donating 10% from the sale of each pair of socks to United Cerebral Palsy of Long Island

7.ACLD Socks 

Our ACLD Socks were designed to celebrate the work of ACLD and to raise money to support their mission. We donate 10% from the sale of each pair of these sock to ACLD. 

ACLD (Adults and Children with Learning and Developmental Disabilities) is a Long Island-based not-for-profit agency dedicated to helping people with developmental disabilities and their families. ACLD believes that people with disabilities have the right to find meaningful employment and that employers benefit from hiring people with disabilities.

ACLD works to provide children and adults with learning and developmental disabilities with greater independence. ACLD works to foster supportive relationships within the community and to help people with learning disabilities to find meaningful work. 

John's Crazy Socks serves as a field test site for ACLD and we also rely on ACLD to provide potential employees to work at our company. 

 

8.William Syndrome Awareness Crew Socks

The William Syndrome Awareness Crew Socks celebrate all people with William Syndrome. Every time someone asks you about your distinctive and beautiful socks, you will help raise awareness of William Syndrome. Every purchase helps fund important services and outreach as we donate 10% from the sale of each pair to the William Syndrome Association.

The open hands and heart are the symbol of William syndrome, signifying the love and openness of people with Williams Syndrome. The bright colors against the white background reveal their bright spirits.

9.First Responders Firefighters Socks

John's Crazy Socks wants to thanks First Responders for everything they do with a pair of fun and colorful socks. Celebrate our countries' bravest!

Fire fighters are the men and women who risk their lives to save people.  Firefighters deserve the respect and admiration from us all. Wear your First Responders Firefighters Socks to show that you support the bravery and tireless work that your local heroes do. 

These are Charity Socks. We will donate 10% from each pair sold to Nassau County Firefighter's Museum!

10."Forget Me Not" Alzheimer's Awareness Socks Unisex Crew Sock

Have you or someone close to you been touched by the effects of Alzheimer's Disease? Our Alzheimer's Awareness Socks are not only beautiful but they are intended to raise money for research and promote awareness of the devastating effects of this disease.

John Cronin, our co-founder, says, “I wanted to make these socks for my grandmother, Mamo. She has Alzheimer’s and I love her.” 

 

Co-founder Mark X. Cronin explains, “This is very personal for us. John and I have seen the impact that Alzheimer’s has had on our family. It affects not only the patient, but the entire family. And John has Down syndrome and we are all too aware of the connection between Down syndrome and Alzheimer’s. Most of the 200,000 people with Down syndrome in the United States and many of the 5 million worldwide will develop Alzheimer’s, many as early as their 40s.”

We will be donating 10% from the sale of each pair of socks to LuMind RDS Foundation, https://www.lumindrds.org/, an organization dedicated to enabling independence and enriching community engagement for all individuals with Down Syndrome.  LuMind RDS is actively working on research for the diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer's Disease. 

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