Socks That Give Back
We're all about adding comfort, colour, and care for the planet to your daily steps!
With every £10 spent, we plant a tree and donate 10% of the sale to charity.
Let's make a positive impact, step by step.
Embrace hope and comfort with our Rainbow & Moonbow socks, inspired by the term 'rainbow babies'—a symbol of hope after loss. Each pair features vibrant rainbow bands at the top, representing a brighter tomorrow.
With every purchase, we donate 10% of the sale to Tommy's, the UK's leading charity focused on research into miscarriage, stillbirth, and premature birth. Wear your support and make a difference. Discover more about Tommy's vital work here.
Your Planet Positive Impact
Our climate dashboard offers a quick overview of the positive impact your Social Socks purchases are making:
- Trees Planted: Track the number of trees our customers have helped plant in the UK and offshore, along with the workdays generated.
- tCO2e Removed: Measure the tonnes of CO2 emissions absorbed, showcasing our collective effort in reducing carbon footprints.
- Species Impact: Discover the diverse species planted, each contributing differently to carbon reduction, emphasising the effectiveness of your contribution.
- Global Reach: Explore the map displaying the countries where our trees have been planted, illustrating the worldwide impact of our planet-positive approach.
At Social Socks, we're proud to help the planet, one step at a time.
Explore your environmental impact by participating in the WWF's carbon footprint questionnaire. This tool will guide you in understanding your personal contribution to carbon emissions and offer practical suggestions for reducing and offsetting them.
The Climate Clock
The Climate Clock melds art, science, technology, and grassroots organizing to get the world to #ActInTime.
The project is centered on a simple tool: a clock that counts down the critical time window to reach zero emissions (our “Deadline”), while tracking our progress on key solution pathways (“Lifelines”).
By showing us what we need to do by when, the Clock frames our critical mission — a rapid and just transition to a safe climate future — and puts it at the very forefront of our attention.
Since its famous launch in New York in September 2020, Climate Clock teams have sprung up across the world from Chiapas to Kazakhstan, from Korea to Glasgow.