It’s easy, during the holiday season, to get caught up in a materialistic shopping frenzy. What can start as well intentioned gift giving and bargain hunting can sometimes veer off into a fevered shopping spree that just leaves you with at least some buyer’s remorse. One way to stave that off is to purchase with purpose. The Pair of Thieves Do-Gooders collection is a collection of products that give back. Pair of Thieves gives back a portion of the proceeds from the sale of every item purchased in this collection page to a a variety of important causes.
Care wear for homeless youth.
When we heard that socks are one of the most requested, and least donated items on the streets, we had to do something about it. With your purchase, we are able to donate millions of much-needed socks to shelters each year.
Starting a conversation about suicide.
Mental health and suicide are real problems today. A big part of the problem is that they are difficult and stigmatized topics to talk about. Sometimes a tiny reminder can be the spark it takes to initiate dialogue and help get someone on the path to recovery and happiness. We partnered with The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to raise awareness about mental health and suicide prevention and to raise money to support their efforts. The result was our Never Alone collection. A unique offering of socks with the Never Alone message of hope and the national suicide prevention hotline phone number right on the socks.
STRIDE WITH PRIDE
A celebration of pride to support organizations providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LQBTQ youth.
Celebrating diversity and helping members of our community with their struggles are cornerstones of what we do. In 2019 we partnered with The Trevor Project, an organization focused on suicide prevention among LGBTQ youth, to support their efforts. A percentage of proceeds from our Stride With Pride socks were donated to The Trevor Project.
HELP US HELP
Our response to Covid-19
2020 has proven to be a tremendously challenging year for all. Our first response was to help and honor first responders. We shifted our factories’ resources to produce N95 masks to hospitals in need, and provided meals in appreciation to response teams in those hospitals. We then partnered with Reform Alliance to provide more than 50,000 much-needed masks to prisons, where infections spread rapidly. Our most recent endeavor has been in rapidly creating incredibly comfortable reusable face masks in our best fabrics to ease a bit of the hassle of daily mask wear.