Unleash your inner giver.
At Sock It to Me, we try to cultivate a community of creativity and responsibility. Part of that is giving back to the community that has helped us so much along the way. For us, this means an emphasis on giving locally. While we do give to other communities, we want to do everything we can to enrich Portland with the same art and opportunities that make this city what it is.
If you have a non-profit you think would benefit from Sock It to Me's help, please fill out the form below.
Sock It to Me welcomes your requests for donations, and tries to accommodate as many requests as time and resources allow. In order to process your request as quickly and as accurately as possible, please fill out our form below completely.
Donation deadline: We require 6 weeks to process requests, however the more time you give us, the more likely we are to be able to fulfill your request.
Due to the high volume of requests and to ensure accurate records, we ask that all follow up correspondence be through email. Thank you!
Past donations include:
Portland City employees hold annual sock drives attempting to provide one pair of clean dry socks to everyone living outside, in shelters, in vehicles, or doubled up with relatives in Portland. This drive benefits Janus, Street Roots, & Transition Projects.
Camp Fire Columbia is a youth development organization located in Portland, Oregon with a mission to build caring confident youth and future leaders.
Ask Wellness programs assist those in their community who are in crisis with anything that leaves a family or individual on the streets, without food, health or employment.
Sock It to Me has made donations to Portland Public Schools' arts program and althetic program. With more than 49,000 students in 78 schools, Portland Public Schools is one of the largest school districts in the Pacific Northwest.
JOIN exists to support the efforts of homeless individuals and families to transition out of homelessness into permanent housing.
Sock It to Me donated to the Oregon Beer Mile benefiting Achon Uganda Children's Fund. AUCF is committed to helping the community (Awake, in Otuke District in Northern Uganda) rebuild through improved health care and education, access to the life-enriching benefits of exercise and sport and overall self-sufficiency.
"I Have a Dream" Oregon was founded in 1990 to help low-income students succeed in school, college and career.
Project Lemonade is a Portland, Oregon non-profit 501(c)3 run entirely by volunteers. Our mission is to support and promote confidence in foster youth. Each August youth ages 5-20 shop for free back to school clothes in our pop-up shop.