Williams Syndrome Awareness Socks Unisex Knee High Sock
Williams Syndrome Awareness Knee High Socks
We created these Williams Syndrome Awareness Knee High Socks to applaud all people with Williams syndrome. Wearing these socks will help raise awareness about Williams syndrome. Thank about how every time you wear these knee high socks, someone will ask about the beautiful design and you will tell them about Williams syndrome. Plus, your purchase raises funds for Williams syndrome. We donate $2 from the sale of each pair of these knee high socks to the Williams Syndrome Association.
Kelly Dombroski suggested that we create these socks and she suggested that we use the symbol for the Williams Syndrome Association: a pair of blue and green open hands and a heart. It is a beautiful image that symbolizes 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, which is also 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.
There is one Williams Syndrome Awareness Knee High 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.