Cop’s Kindness Inspires Hanes to Donate Socks to Homeless

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Cop’s Kindness Inspires Hanes to Donate Socks to Homeless

By Amanda Woods
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.@Hanes supports @NYPDTransit in their efforts to sock the Big Apple's homeless #SockDrive http://bit.ly/2hC8A9E via @nypost

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Wednesday, December 14, 2016 - 9:40am

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The Hanes clothing company is going to sock it to Big Apple’s homeless.

Inspired by a cop who bought a pair of socks for a homeless man last week, the company will be donating 500 pairs of socks to New Yorkers in need.

The company made the announcement alongside Officer Frank Rendina, of the NYPD Transit Bureau’s Anti-Terrorism Unit, who encountered 65-year-old Richard Brown digging through a trash can at Grand Central Terminal’s subway station on Dec. 2.

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Keywords: Events, Media & Communications | Corporate Social Responsibility | Hanes | HanesBrands | NYPD Transit Bureau | Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | Social Impact & Volunteering | Sock Drive | homeless | philanthropy

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