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Sock-It-To-Me September

 THE NOAH PROJECT’S THIRD ANNUAL

Sock-it-to-me September

Here’s how it works:

Collect socks and underwear at your church, company, or organization throughout September

The group that donates the most socks wins the coveted Golden Sock Award

Help us collect 3,500 pairs of new socks! (Men’s preferred)

Why Socks? Why September?

As the seasons begin to change and the weather gets colder, the demand for socks increases dramatically. The #1 preventer of frostbite in the winter is a clean, dry pair of socks. For people who do most of their transportation by walking, having good foot health is critical.

How do I donate? 

Begin collecting socks! Get your friends, family, church members, co-workers, and anyone else you know to begin collecting socks! Place a box in your church, office, or community center. Then, bring them down to us at 23 E Adams any time Monday through Friday from 9-4 throughout September.

Contact Megh at mhollowell@noahprojectdetroit.org if you need to arrange a different drop-off time or if you have questions. Keep your eye on the scoreboard on this website and make sure your group is in the lead!

To download a flyer to distribute, click here.

Congratulations
Royal Oak First United Methodist Church 
for collecting 1,593 socks and winning the “2016 Golden Sock Award“.

NOAH has a total of: 7,978 pairs of socks to distribute to clients.

Thank you to over 20 organizations, families, churches, individuals and groups who donated socks for our annual sock drive. 

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From left to right:
- Our bag lunch program served 939 lunches with the help of 54 volunteers
- Our Casework staff held 86 one-on-one casework sessions
- Our Dental Clinic saw 35 patients.
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