We learned about #RockOneSock from a customer who asked us to print photos of missing children in America on our no-show socks. We were touched by her story and wanted to hear more. After reaching out to our customer via email and doing some online research about RockOneSock and National Missing Children Day we committed ourselves to wearing one sock on May 25, 2016.
On National Missing Children Day we rocked one sock! We challenge you to post your own “footsie” (foot version of selfie!) on social media, challenge your friends to #rockonesock, or make a donation to support the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
We’ll send our customers an exclusive coupon for 15% off their next sockprints order when we see a photo of them wearing only one custom printed sock by sockprints, with hashtags #sockprints and #rockonesock on Instagram and Twitter.
A few numbers about missing kids in America:
- According to the FBI 460,699 reports of missing children were made in 2015
- NCMEC assisted law enforcement with more than 13,700 cases of missing children in 2015
- In 2015 the CyberTipline received more than 4,400,000 reports related to child sexual exploitation
Visit http://www.rockonesock.org to learn more about the #rockonesock movement and the services that the NCMEC provides to help our nation’s missing and exploited children.