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Our company is deeply committed to giving back to the community and fostering partnerships that truly make a difference.

By shopping at SOXOS, you’re not just purchasing high-quality custom socks; you’re also contributing to significant causes. We invite you to join us in making a difference. With every purchase, you’re helping us support these essential initiatives, fostering a world of compassion and inclusion.


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Let’s Save Their Scruff

We are proud to collaborate with Save Our Scruff to bring you the perfect gift for pet owners, our treat! With every order of custom dog socks, we will donate a portion of the proceeds to SOS! Our goal was to reach $10,000 CAD in 2022. Now we have our eyes set on our new target of $15,000 CAD by the end of 2023!

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Let’s “Rock Your Socks”

The Down Syndrome Association of Toronto has partnered with SOXOS to design custom WDSD socks, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated directly to DSAT to support programs, events, and initiatives for the DSAT community. By purchasing a pair of DSAT socks and participating in the “Rock Your Socks” celebration, you will help raise public awareness and create a single global voice for advocating for the rights, inclusion and well-being of people with Down syndrome.

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Goodness Gift

As part of Goodness Gift program, SAAAC Autism Centre and custom socks company SOXOS teamed up during the holidays to create socks with printed design made by young adults with disabilities to raise an awareness and support. By purchasing a Goodness Gift, you are giving back to a community who needs it the most and creating a ripple effect of kindness.

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Halton Women’s Place

Hope in Every Step

Halton Women's Place originated an event walk to end violence against women and show support for those affected by gender-based violence within our community. To help further their mission, SOXOS donated socks with the hopes of fundraising. We put their mission statement Male Ally on every individual socks to spread awareness and support.

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