Our Causes

 
 

The Sockprints team is proud to support Pets for Vets and their mission of pairing shelter and rescue animals with veterans in need of a companion pet.  The positive changes and special bonds from these matches motivated us to find a way to help this worthy cause. 

You can help us too!  For every purchase from our custom pet photo sock collection we’ll donate a portion of the profits to Pets for Vets.  Look for the Pets for Vets paw print on the product pages and we thank you for your support.

Click here to order a pair of custom pet photo socks and support a great cause!

To learn more about Pets for Vet visit their website at www.petsforvets.com

 

 

 

 

Kiva is an international nonprofit, founded in 2005 and based in San Francisco, with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty.  We celebrate and support people looking to create a better future for themselves, their families, and their communities.

Sockprints participates in funding these micro loans across the globe specifically to women-owned businesses.

Learn more about Kiva Microfunds

 

 

Sockprints is a proud sponsor of the Let Them Play Foundation and the Triathlon Across America bringing awareness to the dwindling Physical Education programs in public schools across the country.

A portion of your purchase will support the "Let Them Play Foundation," committed to expanding youth physical education & after school activity programs.  Click here to see the collection.


About the Triathlon Across America 

On July 22, 2018 former Major League Baseball player turned endurance athlete Eric Byrnes jumped in McCovey Cove beyond the right field wall at AT&T Park in San Francisco and swam 7 miles to Oakland then hopped on his bike to ride approximately 2344 miles to Chicago where he transitioned to run the final 846 miles, ending the journey at Yankee Stadium in New York City.
Byrnes’ mission is to bring awareness to the dwindling Physical Education programs in public schools across the country. Approximately 97% of all public schools have gotten rid of everyday PE classes.
Along the way, Byrnes will do his best to recruit other swimmers, bikers & runners to join him for parts of the journey through a variety of cities across America.

For more information: Let Them Play