David Robertson- Co-Founder/President
Erin Robertson- Co-Founder/Executive Director
Five years ago when we established High Socks For Hope, we thought we would just help Tuscaloosa. We never dreamed that with the help of our supporters, we would end up giving hundreds of natural disaster survivors and homeless veterans a foundation for a new start with a furnished home.
Thanks for the support that’s made it all possible!
David and Erin Robertson
It’s amazing what we can do when we come together.
April 2011-June 2011- provided basic necessities and emergency supplies
June 2011-May 2016- partially or completely furnished hundreds of homes
April 2011-December 2013 -helped fund several Habitat for Humanity homes for tornado affected families
September 2014-Currently- furnishing homes for homeless veterans
New York and New Jersey
November 2012– sent several truckloads of emergency supplies and furniture
February 2013– sent two loads of mattresses to Staten Island and Union Beach
March 2013– sent load of furniture to furnish 10 homes in Union Beach, NJ
June 2013– furnished 25 homes in Far Rockaway,NY
December 2013-July 2014– furnished over 100 homes in New York and New Jersey
June 2013– carried basic supplies to Moore, Oklahoma
October 2013– furnished 21 homes in Shawnee, Oklahoma
October 2013-furnished 9 homes in Granbury, Texas
April 2015- helped fund and prepare meals for survivors and volunteers in Fairdale, Illinois.
June 2015-January 2016 furnished 15 homes and helped build one home
February 2016-2017 furnished homes, purchased building supplies and had roofing shingles donated for 10 roofs, built one home, purchased a trailer, and so much more in Aliceville to help families rebuild and recover.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
October 2016- currently working in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to help flood survivors. As of November 30, 2016 HSFH has purchased and distributed hundreds of items including beds, mattress sets, couches, chest of drawers, comforter sets and other household items.
August 2017- Current- We are working in Houston, Texas to help the hardest hit from Hurricane Harvey. HSFH has already distributed over 1000 items of furniture, mattresses and household items and will continue working as long as funds are available.
While volunteering after the 2011 tornadoes, Judy Holland was presented with the opportunity to further her community service through High Socks For Hope. Five years later, Holland manages the organization's relief and humanitarian services. She also handles many of the day-to-day business functions.