Darien-based DR Bank has donated 1,000 pairs of Bombas socks to two local organizations.

The donations were made to Darien-based Person to Person and Stamford-based New Covenant Center in partnership with Bombas through the brand’s Giving Initiative program, DR Bank said in a statement. Bombas was founded in 2013 to help provide socks to people in need, including those at homeless shelters, where socks are the most requested clothing item. For every Bombas item purchased, a specially designed item is donated to the homeless community, the statement said.

Person to Person serves lower Fairfield County by providing groceries, clothing, care programs, emergency assistance, and other services to anyone in need.

“We are so grateful to DR Bank and Bombas for this wonderful donation,” Person to Person CEO Nancy Coughlin said in the statement. “These are beautiful, good quality socks and the people we serve will be so grateful to have them.”

The New Covenant Center provides food and services to the local homeless population.

“DR Bank has been a longtime supporter of New Covenant and we’re excited to have them onboard – focusing on our Toiletry Program for our Café clients,” New Covenant Center Executive Director John Gutman said in the statement.

Each organization received 500 socks.

“To be able to partner with such a socially conscious organization like Bombas to benefit two great local charities, is a wonderful opportunity for the bank!” John Barbalaco, DR Bank’s executive vice president and chief banking officer, said in the statement. “DR Bank has been giving back to local charities throughout Fairfield County since we opened our doors in 2006.”

DR Bank has about $437 million in assets and branches in Darien and Rowayton.