HAPPY FEATS, INC.
Providing Warmth, Comfort, and Smiles to Hospitalized Children since 2013!
10,000+ Socks Donated. Help Us Make a Difference Today!
WHO WE ARE
Happy Feats, Inc., is dedicated to all courageous children battling life altering medical illnesses. From my own personal experience of losing my nephew, I decided to create "Happy Feats" in hopes of bringing joy to children in hospitals across the United States.
We named our organization Happy Feats spelled "FEATS" because we truly were inspired by the strength of these children. Feat Noun is an achievement that requires great courage, skill, or strength, and that is exactly what they experience during their time in the hospital.
MAKING LIFE COLORFUL
One Happy Sock At A Time
WHY WE SPREAD JOY
Our Mission at Happy Feats is providing cozy socks to all toes in hospitalization. Children come to the hospital for various reasons. Receiving treatment, having a surgery, or fighting a chronic illness. Happy Feats, Inc. is dedicated to encouraging children through their challenges.
WHAT WE NEED
Your kind donations help us spread joy!
-Brand NEW colorful children's socks for Boys & Girls
-All Ages: Infants, toddlers, pre-school, school-age, pre-teens, & teens
-Fuzzy, colorful, characters, non-skid, etc.
-Single pairs or packs
NEVER GIVE UP
Thousands of children spend countless hours inside pediatric hospitals across the U.S. With your help, our Happy Feats Socks will bring comfort, warmth, and joy to all toes big and small. Learn more about how you can help us make a difference with your donation.
STARRY NIGHT WALK
The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation is the world's leading nonprofit dedicated to the childhood brain tumor community.
Since 2013, Happy Feats, Inc., has supported our community members in a variety of ways and participated in walks to raise money for the childhood cancer community.
This year, we are walking 13 miles for the 13 children who are diagnosed with a brain tumor each day. Help us fight for their futures by donating to our Happy Feats, 13 miles for 13 kids challenge. We walk for all kids with brain tumors, who do you walk for?