Finding crazy socks is easy, Finding Charitable Sock, from a company that does good can be easy as well! At John's Crazy Socks we believe in giving back.we believe in giving back: we donate 5 percent of our earnings to the Special Olympics as they’ve played a vital role in John’s development. We continue to expand our charity partners by offering and creating socks with specific “awareness” themes, such as our Autism Awareness Socks and Down Syndrome Awareness Socks. Plus when you buy socks from us you help us hire more people with differing abilities. Every day, we show what's possible when you give a person with a differing ability a chance. Over half our employees have a differing ability.
Our co-founder and inspiration, John Cronin, has Down syndrome and every day demonstrates what people with Down syndrome can do. He wanted to do something to raise awareness of Down syndrome so he wanted to create a Down Syndrome sock. He helped design these socks.
We honor the contributions, achievements and struggles of people with Down syndrome. We donate 10% from the sale of every pair of these socks to support Down syndrome. The money goes to the National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS) and the Association for Children with Down Syndrome (ACDS).
Our Autism Awareness Crew Socks celebrate all people on the autism spectrum. The sale of these socks helps fund Autism causes as we donate 10% from every sale to the Autism Society of America (Nassau/Suffolk Chapter).
As a company co-founded by a man with Down Syndrome, we understand the challenges people with Autism face as well as the capabilities they possess and the contributions they make to society. At John’s Crazy Socks, we employ people on the autism spectrum because they can help our organization achieve its mission. These colleagues make important contributions to the organization every day and we count on their performance. We emphasize what people can do, not their limitations.
We designed these Neurodiversity Crew Socks to highlight the variations in the human brain. The new Netflix show Love On The Spectrum highlights the broad range of the spectrum.
Neurodiversity is a combination of traits that are seen as both strengths and challenges. Depending on the neurodiverse variation and its intensity, individuals can display strengths in different areas. The rainbow infinity symbol represents the diversity of the autism spectrum. The sale of these socks helps fund Autism causes as we donate 10% from every sale to the Autism Society of America
This amazing sock was designed by Jacob Greene, who was our 2021 Differing Abilities Design Intern.
Raise awareness of rescuing a dog or cat. Animal Rescue Socks promotes saving a pet from a shelter. Say it loud and proud that you rescued your furry best friend!
These are Charity Socks. We will donate 10% from each pair sold to North Shore Animal League America.
Do you or someone you love have Cerebral Palsy? Our Cerebral Palsy Awareness Watercolor Knee High Sock is not only beautiful but they are intended to raise money for research and promote awareness of Cerebral Palsy. featuring a beautiful green butterfly and a quote that says " Love someone with CP"
We will be donating 10% from the sale of each pair of socks to United Cerebral Palsy of Long Island