The Crockett Intermediate School Student Council members are setting an exemplary standard by participating in Socktober, a month long community sock drive.
By collecting 959 pairs of socks, these students are making a tangible difference in the lives of those in need.
These socks will be distributed to various charities in the community, including Paris ISD Care Closets, Safe-T Paris Outreach, and Horizon House Transitional Shelter.
The act of donating socks to those in need may seem small, but it can make a significant impact on a person’s life.
Socks are a basic necessity that can often be taken for granted.
However, for those who are homeless or living in poverty, a clean pair of socks can provide warmth, comfort, and protection.
By participating in Socktober, the Crocket Intermediate School Student Council members are not only providing an essential item to those in need but also showing that even small acts of kindness can make a big difference.