During the month of September, Delta One customers will receive a free pair of Bombas dress socks in their in-flight amenity kits — and with each pair given on board, another will be donated on the ground.
As part of the partnership, Bombas will donate 300,000 pairs of their specially designed donation socks to Covenant House, which provides care and vital services to homeless, abandoned, abused, trafficked and exploited youth throughout the country.
Bombas has a long-standing partnership with Covenant House, providing socks and support to many of their locations. Delta also supports Covenant House facilities in cities across the country, and provides volunteer support throughout the year to help homeless youth escape the streets.
Each November, Delta leaders participate in Covenant House's Executive Sleep Out where business leaders from all over spend a night on the streets in solidarity with homeless youth.
Earlier this summer, Delta announced upgraded amenity kits across cabins, including new and improved TUMI kits in Delta One that reduce environmental waste by removing the plastic wrapper.
In addition to upgraded amenity kits, more onboard enhancements are coming soon, like refreshed ear buds and headsets, to further demonstrate the airline's commitment to creating a best-in-class experience all customers can look forward to.