Jacksonville nonprofit’s socks giveaway will help those in need

Christel Deskins

David Crumpler   | Florida Times-Union Family Promise of Jacksonville, which received 2,750 pairs of socks from Bombas Socks, valued at $33,000, recently shared 1,750 pairs with four partner agencies. “We want the socks to be out in the community, on people’s feet and not sitting in a storeroom,” said Beth Mixson, […]

David Crumpler
 
| Florida Times-Union

Family Promise of Jacksonville, which received 2,750 pairs of socks from Bombas Socks, valued at $33,000, recently shared 1,750 pairs with four partner agencies.

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