Hold Odd Socks Day in your workplace
Odd Socks Day isn't just for schools and children. Anyone can take part at home, in school, in the community or at work. We've created a workplace pack which will give you everything you need to take part at work.
Join the millions of others donning their odd socks to raise awareness of bullying across the UK! Last year 100s of workplace took part along with some incredible celebrities including Ant and Dec, Emma Willis, Craig David, Annemarie and Sir Mo Farah.
- Odd Socks Day Pack for Workplaces: The pack will give you all the information you need including how to donate and activity ideas
- Odd Socks Day 2021 poster: Display in your workplace or community
- Odd Socks Day 2021 flyer: To share via email or handout with those taking part
It’s so easy. Here’s what you do:
- Ask you and your company to wear odd socks to work (even if it’s working from home!)
- Donate £1 to help the Anti-Bullying Alliance carry on our important work
- If you want to, you can share a photo online using #oddsocksday and #anti-bullyingweek and Tag @andyoddsock and @abaonline
How can you donate to the Anti-Bullying Alliance?
We are a small team and are always so very grateful for any fundraising that you do for us to help us keep running Anti-Bullying Week each year in England. If you raise money for us through your Odd Socks Day or anytime in Anti-Bullying Week you can give it to us in the following ways:
- You can donate directly to us via our Just Giving page.
- You can send us a cheque, made payable to the ‘Anti-Bullying Alliance’ and posted to Anti-Bullying Alliance, National Children's Bureau, 23 Mentmore Terrace, Hackney, London, E8 3PN. Please make sure you include your name and your address as we like to acknowledge all funds raised wherever possible.
- You can pay by bank deposit or BACS transfer - please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details. *Please note that we do not have paying in slips and this is not a requirement for deposits to our charity account.