The Williams Syndrome Awareness Crew Socks celebrate all people with Williams Syndrome. Every time someone asks you about your distinctive and beautiful socks, you will help raise awareness of Williams syndrome. Every purchase helps fund important services and outreach as we donate $2 from the sale of each pair to the Williams Syndrome Association.
The open hands and heart are the symbol of Williams syndrome, signifying the love and openness of people with Williams syndrome. The bright colors against the white background reveal their bright spirits.
John’s Crazy Socks was co-founded by John Cronin, a young man with Down syndrome, a chromosomal condition like Williams syndrome. John understands the challenges people with Williams syndrome face just as he recognizes their ability to bring joy to so many and to make contributions to society.
What is Williams syndrome?
According the Williams Syndrome Association (williams-syndrome.org), Williams syndrome (WS) is a genetic condition that is present at birth and can affect anyone. Approximately 30,000 individuals in the United States are affected by this disorder. It is characterized by medical problems, including cardiovascular disease, developmental delays, and learning challenges, which often occur side by side with striking verbal abilities, highly social personalities and an affinity for music.
There is one Williams Syndrome Awareness Crew Sock and it is a unisex sock that fits women, men and older children (see sizing below) and were made in the U.S.A.