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OP Community Service: New York Sock Exchange

Addison Drone, Staff Writer

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As cold days continue to come in, many are in dire need of warm clothes. In this annual initiative, creatively made into a pun, OP runs a collection of socks, something that many in need could use. A pair of warm, dry socks can mean everything to a homeless person this time of year. Please make a donation in the bins in the front lobby. We can change 1,000 lives if everyone donates three pairs. It is run by Ryan Briggs, so feel free to contact him with any questions: “One can never have enough socks.”

 

Photo Cred: http://coolmompicks.com/blog/2013/03/15/lots-of-socks-for-world-down-syndrome-day/

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