Custom designed Lemonade Socks created by local Sockgaim to catch your eye and share the message of living your best life and awareness of Motor Neurone Disease.
Hidden on each pair is the “rouge lemon” – where could he be?
The socks come in both adult and kids sizes to share with your fav little lemons too.
Lemonade Crew’s goal is to show others that under really challenging circumstances you can still make Lemonade all whilst promoting awareness and understanding of MND.
Motor neurone disease (MND) is an uncommon condition that affects the brain and nerves. It causes weakness that gets worse over time. There’s no cure for MND, but there are treatments to help reduce the impact it has on a person’s daily life. Some people live with the condition for many years.
Sockgaim’s Director Josh says, “Being able to offer our company’s resources to help charities with their fundraisers & merchandising stores is an absolute privilege. Knowing our socks are helping with research & development as well as helping the families affected by deadly diseases makes me incredibly proud. Working with Lemonade Crew & the Adkins Family is especially special for me being from my hometown community of Port Macquarie”
Get behind this great cause with these two funky sock designs:
About Lemonade Crew
Matty was diagnosed with ALS, a type of MND in Feb 2020 aged 39. His motto of Making Lemonade refers to the quote “when life gives you lemons you make lemonade” and Matt has well and truly lived up to this quote.
Matty is one of many fighting this hideous disease and currently there is no cure. The average life expectancy is 2 years from diagnosis.
At Sockgaim we know socks don’t have to be boring. Based out of Port Macquarie, New South Wales, our designs are colourful, fun and funky and designed by Australian artists.
Founded by two mates who’ve known each other for 28 years. Our passion, “making the world a brighter place one pair of socks at a time.”
We’re always working on new, bright and quirky designs. If you’ve got any ideas or suggestions we’d love to hear them.
Josh Hunter – firstname.lastname@example.org