Message from Andy Dolich

1-6-2020 - Andy
(L to R) Andy Dolich; Kelli Johnson, anchor, NBC Sports Bay Area; Ted Griggs, president,
NBC Sports Regional Networks

Andy Dolich -- 2015

One Warm Shirt
and Socks,


I have a simple request, whether you live in the Bay Area or anyplace else in our country, I want the shirt off your back and the socks off your puppies. Over the past seven years I have been lucky enough to partner with St. Anthony Foundation and NBC Sports Bay Area in growing our One Warm Shirt Program. This year we are adding the warmth of socks to grow the program.

We are collecting as many sweatshirts, hoodies, long sleeves, t-shirts and now athletic socks as possible to donate to the San Francisco community served by the St. Anthony Foundation. You are receiving this request because you donated in the past or might donate in the future and have always exhibited the spirit of philanthropic community-focused proactivity in helping others. This note is a reminder to either set aside items before the holidays take over for a follow-up communication or send to us now.

The distribution event will be a part of a post-holiday lunch served to recipients during  the week of February 24, 2020 at the 8th annual One Warm Shirt & Socks  event. 

Please send what you have:
*  New or gently used
*  All sizes
*  From the bottom of your drawer, storeroom, irregular pile, gym bag, attic or basement
*  Misprinted logo bin
*  Events that no longer exist
*  Logos or colors that are too garish for your style

1--6-2020 - Andy
A San Franciscan accepts a Cleveland Cavs T-shirt

You can send or drop your shirts off:
Andy Dolich
Dolich Consulting
5100 El Camino Real, Ste. 208
Los Altos, CA 94022
St. Anthony Foundation
One Warm Shirt & Socks
c/o Sam Brock
150 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102

Thanking you in advance for your participation in Year Eight of One Warm Shirt and Socks.

Andy Dolich
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Andy Dolich has over five decades of leadership in the sports industry, including executive positions in the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, pro soccer and lacrosse. Presently Dolich is COO of the Fan Controlled Football League (FCFL) and teaches sports business at Stanford's School of Continuing Studies. Dolich is also co-author of the new book: