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Help outfit & employ the homeless for the holidays w/ Code: KeepWarm20

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Mitscoots Outfitters

USA made gear that's outfitting and employing the transitioning homeless.

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The Mission: Get + Give + Employ

Get: 100% American Made Gear

 

Brown Heather Beanie

Cream Beanie

 
 

Washed Denim Beanie

Denim Blue Beanie

 
 

Dusty Pink Beanie

Graphite Beanie

 
 

Heather Gray Beanie

Black Beanie

 

Give: FOR EVERY ITEM PURCHASED, WE GIVE AN EQUAL QUALITY ITEM TO SOMEONE IN NEED.

Outfitting Blog

Simple Ways to Give Back this #GivingTuesday

November 29, 2016

GivingTuesday

 

#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration of generous people around the world to bring about real change in our communities. We are excited to participate this year and want to encourage you to do the same.

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Socksgiving 2016

November 17, 2016


Socksgiving 2016

 

Socksgiving was a big hit! The community came together to help make 1,080 care canisters to be distributed to those in need for Thanksgiving. We had around 150 volunteers including our friends, neighbors, and families.

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2nd Annual Socksgiving Event!

October 25, 2016


Socksgiving 5

 

Is time for our 2nd Annual Socksgiving Event and this year we are going all out! More space, more giving and some great new friends. We hope to see you there to give thanks to one another and to give much needed gear and goodies to people in need throughout the Austin community! Give Thanks. Give Cheer. Give Socks. 

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Giving Partner Showcase: Project Lemonade

August 22, 2016

Project Lemonade 2016

Project Lemonade was created to inspire self-esteem in foster youth. The cost of feeding and housing a foster child can already be a financial strain on many families; providing clothes creates an additional hardship. Learn more about Project lemonade and how we're working together. 

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Employ: WE TAKE PRIDE IN EMPLOYING THE TRANSITIONING HOMELESS.

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