• Weather Safety in Tuscaloosa
  • Help for Homeless Veterans Tuscaloosa
  • Disaster Relief for Illinois
 Erin Robertson
 Co- Founder,

 Executive Director


  Judy Holland

Managing Director

high socks for Hope, Inc. The David and Erin Robertson Foundation  in Action

  • Disaster Relief in Tuscaloosa
  • Disaster Relief in Oklahoma
  • Disaster Relief in New York
  • Disaster Relief in New Jersey

   David Robertson

Co-Founder, President 

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For more than 4 years, High Socks For Hope, Inc. has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for individuals devastated by natural disasters and homeless, disabled or destitute veterans. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money and time. 

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Bain Capital and High Socks For Hope Furnished Over 100 Homes After Superstorm Sandy!

 

In 2013-14 Bain Capital, one of the world's leaders in private, alternative asset management donated the funds to furnish over 100 homes in New York and New Jersey. Volunteers from Bain Capital helped furnish several homes on Staten Island in December 2013. 

We need your help with two projects High Socks For Hope is working on. High Socks For Hope is in the process of furnishing homes for homeless veterans in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. HSFH also wants to help survivors of the devastating tornado in Fairdale, Illinois and surrounding counties. We need to raise the funds for both of these projects.  

Locally, and nationally, High Socks For Hope Inc. is an advocate for the devastated and displaced from natural disasters and other crisis. To make a difference, make a tax deductible donation to:


High Socks For Hope, Inc.

3617 McFarland Blvd

Northport, AL 35476


David & Erin Robertson created High Socks For Hope, a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Corporation, to help those affected by tornadoes, hurricanes and other natural disasters. David and Erin co-founded High Socks For Hope after a tornado devastated his hometown of Tuscaloosa, Alabama in 2011.