Lift 23 Corp. is pleased to announce that in conjunction with its retail partner Sno-Haus Ski Shop, it donated 500 pairs of Lift 23-designed socks to EAC Network. Ed Del Guercio, Lift 23’s President and Founder, personally delivered the socks to EAC Network in time for Christmas.
Lift 23 is a premium ski sock company that donates a pair of socks – one of the most requested and least donated item - to children in need for every pair of ski/snow socks it sells. Originally conceived to provide socks to the over 23,000 homeless children in New York City shelters, Lift23 has partnered with key retailers to expand sock donations to more cities where Lift23 socks are sold.
EAC Network is a not-for-profit human service agency with a network of 70 programs throughout Long Island and New York City which serves over 18,000 at-risk youth and children in need across Long Island.”
"Thank you for caring and for thinking of EAC Network," said Lance W. Elder, President and CEO at EAC Network. “Through your commitment to children in need you have made a difference in the lives of so many people in our community. Thank you for your kindness.
"Our mission is to serve kids in need," stated Lift 23 Founder Ed Del Guercio. "We are grateful for this opportunity to partner with Sno-Haus Ski Shop to help fulfill that mission.”
"We are pleased to be able to not only provide our customers with great socks, but to help the community through as great an organization as EAC Network," said Bob Merrill, Sno-Haus Ski Shop owner, “and we look forward to continuing to provide more socks to deserving kids.”
About Lift 23
Lift 23 is a premium ski/snow sock company with a social mission. Derived from the TOMS Shoes "one for one" business model, Lift 23 donates a pair of socks to a homeless child for every pair of ski/snow socks it sells, and also supports campaigns that serve other children in need.