MACC Charities

MACC Charities is a faith-based cohort of charities that aims to break cycles of poverty by serving those in need with basic supplies, food, clothing, and job training. They also empower and connect community members through donation drives and a volunteer program.

We are fortunate to be one of their recurring community partners as we are continually reminded that socks are an overlooked necessity. "This gift is a special treat to our guests and a much needed commodity, as they work with us to get back on...

Ozanam Inn

Ozanam Inn is a faith-based community organization that provides aid, shelter, and clothing to homeless men (and occasionally women). Ozanam is an inclusive shelter that works with all individuals that need assistance. In addition, they provide beneficial services like counselling, medical services, and legal council.

Not only do they help people struggling with the immediate repercussions of homelessness, but they also assist them in finding independent living and employment. We love their motto, "We give a fish today and teach...

Share a Meal

Share a Meal is a nonprofit that operates a mobile food truck in Los Angeles for people experiencing homelessness and hunger with help from thousands of volunteers. Along with homemade burritos and waters, volunteers hand out other product donations. Ravinder Singh, one of Share a Meal’s co-founders, says socks are always #1 on clients' wish lists. How cool is Share A Meal!  

Salvation Army

The holiday cheer is in full swing thanks to the folks at the Salvation Army Lake Charles! According to Tina Nehls, the Salvation Army's case management specialist, "Socks are the number one requested item at our location. We served 21,432.00 meals last year and we helped 894 families through Social services. That is just a fraction of the number of people we help." 

A yearly tradition for the Salvation Army is the Mr. Bingle Angel Tree Program. This awesome program allows people to pick out an angel off...

Odyssey House

Our wonderful giving partner, Odyssey House Louisiana (OHL), stopped by to pick up donation socks to distribute across their programs.

OHL is a behavioral health provider with an emphasis on addiction treatment. In collaboration with other community resources, OHL facilitates a holistic recovery process towards addiction recovery by helping individuals get back on their feet. At any given time, OHL has 100-150 clients living across their in-house programs (Detox, Short and long-term Residential programs), in addition to several other programs such as their Sobering Center, Housing Programs, etc.