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donated socks

'Socks are the most requested item by homeless shelters'

Socks are rarely donated as we wear through them and wouldn't donate old smelly socks with holes - unlike old coats, coffee or money. Leading to lots of potential foot issues for the people most in need.

We knew that we could do something to help this problem. So we created a befitting sock for homeless people. As they are on their feet and spend a lot of time outdoors, we made sure that it was naturally anti-bacterial, to help with the health and smell of feet, and thick, so that it keeps feet warm during the colder months.

With every pair of socks your purchase from us, a Stand4 pair is donated to a person in need.

One for one.

The sock that does good

People wonder if we give the same socks that we sell, and we don't for the reason fashion socks mostly aren't suitable. Working closely with our partners, we mastered a sock specifically made for people we support.

This includes durable but versatile, antibacterial socks that don't need to be washed as often, and reinforced seams and darker colours give them longer lifespan and less visible wear.

the sock that does good

People wonder if we give the same socks that we sell, and we don't for the reason fashion socks mostly aren't suitable. Working closely with our partners, we mastered a sock specifically made for people we support.

This includes durable but versatile, antibacterial socks that don't need to be washed as often, and reinforced seams and darker colours give them longer lifespan and less visible wear.

ONE for one

Over 150,000 socks donated.

giving partners

We work with organisations of all sizes, from shelters, charities, and to small community groups.

Homelessness is currently our core cause, and it is a very complex issue. We donate specially designed socks to organisations who can get our products to those who need them most.

If your organisation is interested in distributing Stand4 Socks, then please register your interest in becoming a Giving Partner below.