The Comfort Sock Gives Back
No matter how long you’ve been in a relationship, dates are essential for reconnecting and touching base with your partner. While Valentine’s Day is the biggest date night of the year, there is a ton of pressure to make perfect plans. Avoid the stress and get creative on February 14th by making a DIY date night crate for a memorable night! Before choosing which date to plan, get a reusable box or crate big enough to hold everything you’ll need for your night.
She Rocks The World
She Rocks the World is an organization dedicated to inspiring teenage girls to use their voices to live better lives. Each year, She Rocks the World hosts a summit to continue inspiring and teaching girls to support each other while learning about how to become the next generation of leaders. For the 2017 summit, The Comfort Sock donated 480 pairs of custom socks for the event and the president of our parent company Interloop North America, Shelley Rider, volunteered her time.
Hannah’s Haven, a Teen Challenge Center, uses faith-based practices to help women struggling with substance abuse recover from addiction. The organization held a fundraising golf tournament this year and The Comfort Sock donated 100 pars of socks for the swag bags at the event.
Join The Movement
You don’t have to be a business to volunteer in your community, so join The Comfort Sock family and give back this season! Check out some of our favorite ways to be charitable:
Before you start shopping this season, sign up for AmazonSmile. This website is the same Amazon that you already use, but 0.5 percent of the price of your purchases will be donated to a charitable organization of your choosing.
DoSomething.org allows you to pick a cause that matters to you and find a campaign to get involved. With topics from animal cruelty to bullying, everyone will find something they are passionate about.
A quick and easy way to give back is by donating any amount of money to your favorite charity. If you don’t have an organization in mind, homeless shelters and animal shelters need a lot of help this time of year.
If you can’t afford to give money away this year, your time is just as valuable. Volunteer at a shelter or soup kitchen to really lend a hand. Spend quality time with friends and family to carry kindness into the new year and inspire everyone around you.