SINKING SPRING, Pa., Nov. 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- This Christmas season the kids at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) are in for a big surprise: superhero socks. During every purchase, until December 12th, SuperHeroStuff customers will be asked if they would like to purchase a pair of mystery socks for just $5. With every purchase, a pair of socks will be donated to CHOP.
Brian Welch, Co-Owner and VP of Marketing stated, "During the Holiday season we are always looking for ways to give back to our local community. This year by donating socks to CHOP, we are doing just that."
SuperHeroStuff is estimating a total donation of 500-1,000 pairs of socks. Donations will be collected and delivered personally by SuperHeroStuff.com's co-owners Brian Welch and Jon Belzer before December 14th, 2016.
The choice to donate socks was not a random decision for the business. Often times, children spend most of their days in hospital gowns with very few chances for self-expression. A donation of socks for children enables them to express themselves through their favorite hero.
The need for charitable donations is constant and ongoing. Donations both physical and monetary can make a world of difference in the lives of children affected by illness. Those who wish to make a monetary donation, without purchase, may do so through CHOP's website at https://give.chop.edu/page/content/give.
Founded in 1999, SuperHeroStuff.com, is committed to providing the largest quality selection of comic book and sci-fi merchandise to fans across the world. For more information please visit https://superherostuff.com.
This press release was approved by The Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania, Julia Wicoff : Director, Cause Marketing and Children's Miracle Network, P: 215.590.6805 , E: email@example.com
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