Giving a Face to Homelessness

Comfort is a Human Right

Every single night in America more than half a million people experience homelessness, sleeping in emergency shelters, transitional housing, or even on the street. Every year approximately 3.5 million men, women and children will experience homelessness. Over a million of these people are employed full or part-time. Help us provide comfort to those in need by donating to one of our partner agencies who work every day to support people experiencing homelessness.

Our Partner Agencies

We’ve teamed up with local agencies nationwide who support people experiencing homelessness to help you make an impact in your community. Additionally, our partnership with the Salvation Army and Covenant House allows us to provide socks and underwear to those who need it most across the country. Click the map to learn more, and how you can help and consider making a contribution to one of these local or national organizations.

Click on a map marker to view a local agency or a partner location and learn more about what they do.

We Believe in Comfort

Donate now to Covenant House (serving homeless youth) or Invisible People (educating the public and bringing a face to homelessness) or use the map to donate to one of our local partner agencies.

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A History of Comfort

Socks are some of the most needed items for those experiencing homelessness – they walk an average of 10 miles per day, putting more wear on their socks in a week than the average American does in a year. That’s one reason Hanes began the National Sock Drive, which, in partnership with the Salvation Army, has distributed 2.1 million pairs of socks since 2009, 200,000 of which were in the last year alone. We’re lucky to partner with Mark Horvath, an advocate for people experiencing homelessness and founder of Invisible People, an organization that aims to change the face of homelessness through storytelling.