Comfort Socks Newsletter - January 2014
New Socks for Homeless Shelters
The Question Always Comes Up.....
What kind of socks should I donate to Comfort Socks. Check out our newest Video Short.
Comfort the Feet, Comfort the Soul.
Did You Know......Fed
Ex is back on the move - bringing#Comfort Socks to LYNN Ministries in
MA - Thankfully we were able to send over 300 pairs of #socks to warm
Comfort Socks has provided socks to virtually
every host site of the Brunswick County Streetreach Ministry. This
coming week, Sharon United Methodist Church will be the host site for
the area's homeless through the BC Streetreach program. Along
with the socks, Comfort Socks will deliver expressions to the
Streetreach guests of our supporter's hearts.
you know you can make a donation in memory of a loved one? That is
exactly what Hugh Lappe of Timberland Co has done to remember Mr. Peter
Ferrone. Thank you Mr. Lappe and Timberland for giving our organization
a way to accomplish our work and honor this great and special man at
the same time. Peter Ferrone - you are remembered this day with
admiration and great love.
of love - I know it's in the back of your mind - V-Day - so why not
show someone you will never meet a little sock love. Sort of like a
wish sent up to heaven. - Just $1 will warm the body and soul of 2
A Word from Our FounderSpecial
Thanks to Roseanne Zambuto of Carolina House - Wake Forest for leading
the 2nd Giving Tree Event. Many will know they are thought of with love
by her efforts. Thanks to all who contributed socks to the event.To
our friends at Mitscoots - the socks you sent in December went to great
use- schools, shelters and ministries that house the homeless received
some Mitscoots love - thanks to your donation! We here at Comfort Socks
appreciate all you do.Your support of Comfort Socks has allowed us to receive 50,562 pairs of socks so far. We are so grateful to all our supporters. First: We wish Comfort and Compassion are known by our actions and to all sock recipients. Second: We pray for Blessings for our supporters, sock recipients, and those without a home. Third: Please stay mindful of us and remember us monthly, if you can.
Comfort Socks is a 501(c)3 public charity
that collects and distributes new
socks for homeless
people and families.
All contributions are tax-deductible as
allowed by law.