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Passaic County Holding Socks for Soldiers Drive


PATERSON, NJ – Passaic County Clerk Kristin M. Corrado, Esq. will be collecting socks for the month of February for local veterans and active-duty military overseas. A free passport photo will be provided for each pair of new, unworn pair of socks donated during the month of February.

"Socks are something that come up again and again on soldier’s wish lists,” said Corrado. “It may seem like a simple pair of socks, but to a solider deployed far from home or a homeless veteran, it’s a message that someone cares.”

Anyone wishing to donate socks can bring them to the County Clerk’s Office located on the 1st floor, Room 130, Passaic County administration building at 401 Grand St, Paterson, now through Feb. 28.

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Socks may also be dropped off at the satellite office, 1237 Ringwood Ave. in Haskell (Wanaque) or at any satellite outreach site in February.

"This is a small way to let them know we appreciate their service and sacrifice.” said Corrado.

For further information contact Debbie Andriani at 973 881-4788 or

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