What is Knock Knock Give A Sock?
HOW IT ALL BEGAN
– Adina Lichtman, KKGS Founder
FACTS & FIGURES
600,000On any given night, there are over 600,000 homeless people in the US, according to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
25%On any given night, over 138,000 of the American homeless are children under the age of 18. Thousands of these homeless children are unaccompanied, according to HUD.
1/30That makes nearly 2.5 million children who, in 2013, lived in shelters, on the streets, or in cars,
MEET OUR TEAM
Adina is the founder of Knock Knock, Give a Sock which she started during her sophomore year of college. She completed both an undergraduate and Master’s degree in social work at NYU. After finishing her studies, Adina decided to take KKGS full-time. She is in charge of the organization’s leadership and operations. When not busy collecting socks, Adina fills her time talking to strangers, painting, and traveling. Adina envisions a world where people are inclusive and working together to make a difference, and uses this as her daily motivation.
Director of Development
Abigail is a graduate of Hunter College (CUNY) where she studied how religion functions in people’s lives and lends itself to a community organization. She joined the Knock Knock Give A Sock team as an executive assistant in October 2018 before working her way into organizational budgeting and grant writing in June 2019. You can find her reading, kayaking, snake-keeping, and talking to uber drivers during her down time.
Marketing and Social Media Manager
David works as a front end developer in Tel Aviv. He graduated NYU with a degree in computer science and has been working as a freelance web developer since 2015. In his free time David can be found walking his dog, heading to the beach, and hanging with friends.