Stand down Christmas jumpers and make way for the Christmas Socks for Christmas Socks Day!
On Tuesday 6th December TK Maxx want us all to celebrate Christmas Socks Day to show our support for Cancer Research UK Kids and Teens. It doesn’t matter where you wear your socks or what you wear them with, just that you wear them.
Though you could wear them with walking boots somewhere scenic….
Or you could just wear them whilst eating the Christmas chocolate that you were supposed to be wrapping up and gifting …
Then of course, you can also wear them on the shopping trip that you need to then take to replace all of the chocolate you have sneakily worked your way through.
If you buy your socks at TK Maxx you can help to raise money for Cancer Research UK Kids and Teens, as they will be donating a percentage of the sale of their special Christmas Socks to this wonderful cause.
Why not get involved on Christmas Socks Day on 6th December, my family will be! To support Cancer Research UK, all you need to do is to get your Christmas socks on and take a socks selfie. Share your socks selfie on social media with a #SOCKSIE , tag TK Maxx on the social account details below and Cancer UK to grab their attention.
For every #SOCKSIE that are shared on social media on Christmas Socks Day on Tuesday 6th December TK Maxx will be donating £1 to Cancer Research UK Teens and Children, on top of the money they are already donating via the socks sales. So if you buy your socks from TK Maxx and get involved on the day by showing off your socks selfie, then you are doubly helping Cancer Research UK in the fantastic work that they do.
Your #SOCKSIE can be taken however you like, you could add some tinsel for a festive touch, get the whole family involved for some cute mini feet photos, wear your Christmas socks with sandals even. However you wear them, wear them with pride and help others to see how to rock the sock whilst doing a bit of good.
Twitter – @TKMAXX_UK @CRUK_Kids
Instagram – @tkmaxx
Don’t forget the #SOCKSIE and Happy Christmas Socks Day for the 6th December!