Mattress store gives back through "Sleep 4 All" program
RICHLAND, Wash.-- One local mattress store is giving back to the community. Sleep City is collecting mattresses to donate to non-profits and other organizations, as well as individuals who need a bed, but can't afford one. It's called the "Sleep 4 All" program.
Area Manager for the Tri-Cities, Tevis Stephens, says some people have to sleep on the floor or on couches, so the company is doing what it can to help. They think everyone deserves a comfortable place to sleep. Stephens explains, "Beside selling to the community, we also like to try to give back, make us different and stand out from everyone else. People need beds, not everyone can afford a bed, so we're going to try to help everyone out as best we can."
If you buy a new bed from Sleep City, they'll collect your old one. Otherwise, you can schedule a time to drop off your old mattress. All mattresses are cleaned and sanitized before they're given out.
For more information about donating a mattress or getting a donated one, click here.