Giving back to those in need
Pair of Thieves and Baby2Baby helped families over the holiday season
By Kamala Kirk
On December 3, Pair of Thieves partnered with Baby2Baby to donate their time to pack travel bags for families in need over the holiday season. Each sports bag included gloves, hat, blanket, hygiene items and socks from Pair of Thieves.
Pair of Thieves is a Culver City-based brand that was founded in 2012 by David Ehrenberg, Alan Stuart, and Cash Warren. Originally started as a sock company, the brand has expanded into men’s underwear and undershirts, providing customers with high-quality basics at an affordable price. Since its inception, Pair of Thieves has donated millions of pairs of socks to those in need.
âGiving back has been a core value for each of us even before founding Pair of Thieves,â said Ehrenberg, Stuart and Warren. âIt was only natural that Pair of Thieves inherits a social conscience. National Sock Day was created to be more than just a celebration of socks. It has become a day of service with purpose, supporting those in need with basic essentials. Our Good Fits program encourages our customers to buy with purpose through numerous opportunities throughout the year that benefit homeless people, LGBTQ + youth and raise awareness of the importance of mental health.
Pair of Thieves also donated over 350,000 pairs of socks to children living in poverty that Baby2Baby serves across the country. National Sock Day, which takes place on December 4, was created by Pair of Thieves to celebrate socks and all that they bring to the world. They have now turned the holiday into a celebration of giving back.
Baby2Baby is a Culver City nonprofit that provides children living in poverty with diapers, clothing, and all the basic necessities every child deserves. Over the past 10 years, Baby2Baby has distributed more than 200 million items to children in homeless shelters, domestic violence programs, underserved hospitals and schools, as well as children who have lost everything as a result of a disaster.
Since the COVID-19 crisis, Baby2Baby has served more than one million children across the country affected by the pandemic.
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