Knock your socks off! Tyler Robinson Foundation (TRF) is partnering with Resilience Gives, an apparel company that creates non-slip socks co-designed by children battling cancer.
Beginning today, Nov. 9, Resilience Gives will donate 15% of sales to Tyler Robinson Foundation (TRF), the nonprofit organization of the GRAMMY Award-winning band Imagine Dragons dedicated to supporting children battling childhood cancer. Customers simply need to apply the code “TRF” at checkout. Additionally, with every pair of socks sold, the organization will match with another pair donated to TRF families.
Patrons can also shop using the direct link resilience.gives/TRF, where the code will be automatically applied at checkout.
With Resilience Gives, TRF warrior Benjamin “Super Benji” Sanchez co-designed non-slip lightweight rainbow socks. When Benji was going through treatment, one of his nurses hung a paper rainbow from his IV pole while the family was sleeping. This small token became a powerful symbol for his family: keep chasing those rainbows. Inspired by this act of kindness, Benji and his family designed his socks to help bring hope to other families experiencing dark times.
Founded by Jake Teitelbaum, a Hodgkin’s lymphoma survivor, Resilience Gives is an apparel company that believes in the power of community and creativity to empower families impacted by disease. Since working with their first family in 2016, Resilience Gives has worked with more than 100 children to create uniquely meaningful sock designs that have raised over $140,000 and donated more than 6,500 pairs of socks to children in hospitals across the country.
In the seven years TRF has served the pediatric cancer community, the nonprofit has provided support to more than 1,500 families around the globe and raised more than $10 million. Of every dollar TRF raises, more than 85% goes directly to families in need.