Believe it or not, socks get people talking!
On 21 March, choose some socks that are going to get noticed!
They might be mismatched socks or your craziest and most colourful socks, whatever takes your fancy!
The idea is to start a conversation, so when people ask you about your socks you can tell them, “I’m wearing them to raise awareness of Down syndrome”.
And then you can tell them everything you want them to know about Down syndrome.
Get your friends, class mates and colleagues to join in too!
We have created a set of posters to help you to get your friends and co-workers involved. You could even have a ‘Best socks’ competition!
Sign up to hear from the WDSD team and get access to our FREE WDSD resources, including Lots Of Socks posters and colouring sheets.
Spread more sock joy!
Get creative by designing your own ‘Lots Of Socks’!
Get your friends and family to join in then use your designs to make sock bunting!
Use our sock template – simply sign up to hear from the WDSD team and get access to our FREE WDSD resources.
Support WDSD by buying official socks!
The official 2023 sock design was inspired by Jessica Rotolo from Canada, who just so happens to have Down syndrome.
Visit the ‘Lots Of Socks’ shop to buy yours.
Share your socks with the world!
Don’t forget to share a ‘Lots Of Socks’ selfie on social media. Share your photo along with your message and include the hashtags…
Sign up to hear from the World Down Syndrome Day team about how you can get involved.
You will also get access to our FREE WDSD resources including guides for advocacy, schools and organisations, posters, templates and lots more to help you to mark this important day.
Together we will create a single global voice advocating for the rights, inclusion and well being of people with Down syndrome.