V4LOVE Sock it 2 Me Drive

With fall here and winter just around the corner its finally starting to get cold. And with cold weather comes even harder times for the homeless and less fortunate. In the spirit of giving Non-profit organization V4LOVE is hosting their first Sock Drive for the homeless in hopes of gathering gently used garments particulary socks to donate to Detroit shelters. Read all about the V4LOVE Sock Drive and find out how you can donate below!  

 

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"V4love is a nonprofit organization with three core values: Awareness, Advocacy, and Service. With these objectives, we will aid in the improvement of our communities by investing in our neighborhoods, promoting awareness and wellness, and providing services to help engage and uplift the people within. Our mission is to take the hand on approach to seek progression with community advocacy, relationship building, and informative events, and acts of kindness. These tools are a necessity to build a brighter future for our neighborhoods. V4love will be hosting our First Annual “Sock It 2 Me” sock drive in hopes of accumulating gently worn or new socks to provide for local shelters.  Socks quickly become an undying need when the homeless spend countless hours walking the streets to find food and comfort. In our efforts to put on this event and increase awareness, we rely on the generosity of individuals and businesses for support. Without the help of community like-minded individual just like you, we wouldn't be able to operate. It would be a tremendous help to our fundraising efforts if you would be willing to donate any amount you feel appropriate. Donations and proceeds will also be divided and distributed to local shelters and the unfortunate amongst our streets. Being a donor is the strongest and most influential effort one can make to reinforce a commitment to help service our community."

 

You can keep up with V4LOVE and their future community initiatives by following the brands CEO Krystal Bennett on IG! 

 

 

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