Caleb was a great kid and for the last four years he was in uniform. Caleb found a way to be unique by wearing crazy socks. This is a tradition Grandma Lynn started and we continue. The day following Caleb's death we knew we wanted to do something to remember his kind and funny spirit so we began collecting crazy socks.
December 23rd, on what would've been Cay's 15th Birthday we gathered at Swizzle Brand Solutions near Ace's Ballpark for hot chocolate and cookies. Everyone posed for a picture, grabbed a bag of socks and headed out on snowy day to spread holiday cheer in the most vulnerable areas of the Biggest Little City. It was amazing. We gifted over 1200 pair of sock, more than 125lbs. We were so well received and it felt great to be able to celebrate his life in a giving spirit.
This year we are again collecting crazy socks. We have expanded our reach to include businesses who also want to give back. Check out all the locations that are offering discounts or free gifts in exchange for crazy socks. The list is growing everyday, so check back.
Not local? but still want to contribute? Socks can be mailed. Amazon works really well for that. We also have a few events where you can connect with Forever14, make new memories or learn a new skill. All to benefit Caleb's Crazy Sock Drive. Text f14 to 22999 to make sure you don't miss out.
We miss Caleb everyday. Please help us to remember the kind, generous, giving kid he was by donating some crazy sock and let's #SockItToSuicide.
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Forever14 was formed by a grieving family and a group of dedicated community members after the untimely passing of Caleb Stenvold at the tender age of 14. Caleb was a son, brother, student, athlete, and friend to all. Now he is “Forever14” and will never see what a bright future he had ahead of him...
We will fight the good fight for you - our sweet son, Caleb.
We miss you everyday.