In January 2021, we raised $3,763.47 for our charity partners. Through January 2021, we have now raised more than $400,000 for our charity partners. Giving Back is an essential part of our mission and we are excited by our ability to support others. We continue to learn that the more we can give, the happier we are.
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.
Giving Back is an essential part of our mission at John’s Crazy Socks. During times of stress, Giving Back becomes all the more important. Through the end of April, we had raised $63,062 for our charity partners in 2020.
John is my son, my buddy, my partner and my inspiration. He is the co-founder and Chief Happiness Officer of John’s Crazy Socks. He sets the tone and direction for our business. He leads a life full of gratitude and doing for others and that makes for a full life. He is the perfect leader for an organization with a mission to spread happiness.
John’s Crazy Socks Is holding its annual Gratitude Week celebration from Wednesday, November 21 through Tuesday, November 27. For every order placed during that week, John’s Crazy Socks will donate $1 to the Special Olympics.
In October, we raised $12,303 for our charity partners and have now raised more than $181,000 for our charity partners. Giving Back is an essential part of our mission and we are excited by our ability to support others. We continue to learn that the more we can give, the happier we are.
Ah, another Mother's Day is headed our way on May 13th, and what's a boy to get the most special woman in the world? If you're the co-founder of johnscrazysocks.com, the answer is simple: socks, socks, and more socks. Socks make a perfect Mother's Day gift. They're stylish, warm and cozy, and with so many socks to choose from you are sure to find a pair of socks that represents your mom's own unique personality.
But with an extensive collection of over 1900 socks, the question is: which socks do you choose? We asked the man, himself, sock-extraordinaire and entrepreneur, John Cronin, for his top five sock picks for his own mother (after all, he is a sock pickin' pro).
John’s Crazy Socks is proud to report that three of its athletes, John Cronin, Andrew Oh and Liam Mrotzek, returned home from the 2018 Special Olympics Winter Games, held in Rochester, N.Y., from February 23-25, bringing back gold, silver and bronze medals.