Companies and Grantmakers

We would like to thank the following companies and grantmakers for helping The Joy of Sox.

Thank you for all you do for the homeless and The Joy of Sox, a nonprofit that provides joy to the homeless with new socks.
Thank you for all you do for the homeless and The Joy of Sox, a nonprofit that provides joy to the homeless with new socks.


Alabama Wholesale Socks for its generous donation of socks. Go Crimson Tide!

Allstate Foundation for their support of our mission!

Amazon Smile for their program that donates a percentage of sales to the buyer’s charity of choice – The Joy of Sox!

Barefoot & Bubbly

Barefoot Wine & Bubbly for agreeing to supply Barefoot Wine & Bubbly for our friend/fundraisers.

Bluestem Brands for their donation of new socks.

Cabrini College and Dr. Eric Malm for permitting a graduate class in entrepreneurial leadership to assist The Joy of Sox in the areas of fundraising and PR.

R Cheng Charitable Fund for a generous grant.

Chestnut Hill College for partnering with The Joy of Sox as one of its freshman service projects.

Comcast for their donation and for holding sock drives at two service centers for as part of their Comcast Cares program.

Costco for their merchandise gift cards.

Drinker Biddle for their “Dress Down Day” donations.

Enterprise Holdings Foundation for their generous grant to help support our mission and the use of trucks/vans to help pick up and deliver socks.

Fourjay Foundation for their generous grant.

Flynn O’Hara Uniforms for donating lots of socks and a few storage racks.

Goldtoe/Gildan for their generous donation of wonderful socks!

Goodhew Socks for their generous donations of wool socks!

Google for its wonderful program for nonprofits.

Comcast collected new socks for The Joy of Sox. These socks will be distributed to the homeless of the Philadelphia region.
Comcast collects new socks for The Joy of Sox – providing new socks for the homeless.

Leslie Birch and Rich Gretzinger at Human + Nature for her creative ideas and video production abilities. And for Les for encouraging me to create Joy the Sock Puppet, as the National Spokes-Puppet for The Joy of Sox.

Henrietta Tower Wurts Memorial for their generous grant.

Home Depot for their merchandise gift certificates.

Hyland’s and the Standard Homeopathic Family of Companies for their generous support with grants and sock drives.

Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia for their generous grant

Mike Dellla Donna and Montco Packaging for their very generous donation of the cardboard boxes that we use to pack and distribute our new socks to the homeless. And for providing valuable warehouse space to store our inventory of socks.The Joy of Sox is grateful to the Philadlephia Foundation for their generous support.

The Philadelphia Foundation for their very generous grant for general operations support. Grants like this make a major impact on our ability to support our vision and mission

Lou Prevost and The Radnor Hotel for their generous donation of gift certificates for our volunteers doing pro bono work.

Google has a wonderful program for nonprofits!

Reed Smith for their “Dress Down Day” donations.

Jen Volpe and Rubber Ducky Kids Consignment Shop for donations of socks for kids!

St. Gregory the Great Parish, Hamilton Square, NJ for their VERY GENEROUS donations for the past three years. And for holding wonderful Sock Hops to help raise funds.

St. Thomas of Villanova Parish for including The Joy of Sox in their Martin Luther King Day of Service projects.

St. Thomas of Villanova Parish Stewardship Council for its generous grant.

Standard Merchandising Co. of Camden, NJ for their generous donations of new socks!

Adam and Shah at Super Web Development for their creativity, ideas and responsiveness.

The Investment Fund for Foundations (TIFF) for their sock drive and helping sort and box socks.

TD Bank in Radnor for contributing tissues for homeless shelters.

Trader Joe’s and the crew at the Gateway store in Wayne, PA for their donation of paper bags. The bags will be used to transport socks to the homeless.

Villanova University for support with their Ignite Change, Go Nova! social community involvement give-back program.

Villanova University School of Law and Melanie McMenamin and Sara Lee Keller for their interns and support.

Wells Fargo for their generous grant sponsored by the Main Line Chamber of Commerce SPW group.

Whole Foods and the Wayne (Devon), PA and Jenkintown, PA stores for conducting sock drives.