TIGHT KNIT: The Emerson Sock Campaign

This campaign ended on November 04, 2019, but you can still make a gift to Emerson College by clicking here!

There’s no doubt about it: the Emerson community is TIGHT KNIT.

This week, join us in supporting current and future students by making a gift to the area of Emerson that is meaningful to you. And since the season of gratitude is so near, we have a special way to thank you—socks! 

Make a gift between October 28 and November 4 and you will receive your very own pair of Emerson socks. These socks were voted on last month by you—the Emerson community—and are limited edition (and limited supply)!

After you make your gift, we'd like to know who makes up your TIGHT KNIT Emerson community. Your sorority sisters? Your suitemates? Your castmates? Your coworkers? Let us know and help us celebrate our community on social media with #EmersonisTIGHTKNIT.

The Fine Print: Socks are limited to one pair per donor. Gift must be made between October 28 and November 4.

Sock Facts:
One size fits most; 75% cotton, 21% Nylon, 4% Lycra; Designed in Austin, TX; Manufactured in North Carolina



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7% Students

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23% Parents

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16% Faculty/Staff

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Angelica N Galan
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Maryann Mendoza
Martha Florence Silos
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Sabrina Florence Silos
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Louis Lauria
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Margaret S Dirsa-DuBois & Margaret
Susan J Blyth
Haig Papasian
Suzy LaMonica & Suzy
Catherine Ulissey & Dr. Robert Schoch
Lourdes Diaz
Julia Gorman
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Maria C. Tobon
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James Ringer
Nancy Whiting
Nizzi Karai Renaud
Mellisa Pon & Joseph Pon
Travis Small
Rosemary Lavery
Amy Elzer
Mary Kiss
Laura Newton
Julie Moroney Kennedy
Katie Gallagher
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Laura Frangello Gerhard
Anne Henslee
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Cynthia M Zeller

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