"We were stoked to hear of Jolly Soles... families have found that the socks just sell themselves!"

Anya - Eyre Gymnastics Club Inc

Jolly Soles is the practical, fun and sugar-free fundraiser that is perfect for your school.

Our socks are a high-quality product everyone loves... and everybody needs. It's suitable for any cause and you can set your own pricing to suit.

Kids and adults alike will love the funky designs and being sugar-free, everyone will be saying "Yes!".

  • STAND OUT - - Animal prints for animal lovers? Maybe sports socks at Sunday soccer would be better? Did you know rowers love their crazy socks? Whatever the occasion, you’ll be sure to stand out from the fundraising crowd with our always practical, fresh, and funky designs.

  • EASY PEASY - Our mixed socks boxes are the most popular and easiest to sell. At $47 per box, each easy-to-carry box includes 14 pairs, mixed and matched in styles and sizes to suit your crowd. That means you can sell to anyone, anywhere! No minimum order required and free postage for orders of 15 boxes and over.

  • SUGAR-FREE - We all need socks, don’t we? Sell a fun and affordable product—that people actually need—while still returning great profits to your organisation.

  • SMARTY PANTS - Want to actually make a good profit? Each organisation has the flexibility to set their own prices and choose how much they want each pair to sell for. 

  • DON'T SWEAT IT - Worried you might get stuck with unsold boxes? We’re so confident that you’ll have no trouble selling our socks that we have an amazing returns policy. You can return up to 25% of your order at the end of your fundraiser to maximize your profits! Conditions Apply.

  • KNOCK YOUR SOCKS OFF - There's no minimum orders which is perfect for individuals as they can test their market first without out laying a lot of cash.

  • RELAX - We care about schools, so we’ve set up 28-Day payment terms so you don’t have to pay upfront. Phew!


    Want to learn more about hosting a Jolly Soles fundraiser at your club or community group?