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Helping Children (and Families)
to Have a Better Night's Sleep

Our Contribution Back to Others


We believe that all children are created equal and deserve every opportunity to grow in a safe and loving home. As parents we realize just how important the family bond is, so one of our company goals is doing our part to help children be part of a loving family. We take great pride in our charitable partnerships.

Angels Foster Care- Santa Barbara CA

Angels Foster Care:
Founded in 2006 by Meichelle Arntz, Angels Foster Care of Santa Barbara is based on the acclaimed program established by the original Angels Foster Family Network of San Diego. Meichelle became involved with the Santa Barbara child welfare services and courts through her work as a volunteer in the Court Appointed Special Advocates Program. After seeing the disappointing state of County foster care, she became determined to find a better program for local children and families. Her research led her to the Angels Foster Family Network in San Diego. With the help and support of Angels FFN Founder Cathy Richman, Meichelle established Angels Foster Care of Santa Barbara in 2006 to provide stable, loving, safe homes to the children of Santa Barbara County.


First Candle- Helping Babies Survive and Thrive

First Candle/SIDS Alliance
First Candle/SIDS Alliance is a national non-profit health organization dedicated to promoting infant health and survival during the prenatal period through age two with programs of research, education and advocacy. They have local programs and partners throughout the U.S.


SIDS America

SIDS America
SIDS America is a national, faith-based, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides hope, help, and healing to families grieving the loss of a child to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) by rallying local financial & emotional support within the communities of these families and providing grief support, prayer, financial assistance, and awareness.


CASA: Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children

CASA: Court Appointed Special Advocate
Every day in this country, 1,900 children become victims of abuse or neglect, and four of them will die. Every day. Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children is a network of 951 community-based programs that recruit, train and support citizen-volunteers to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in courtrooms and communities. Volunteer advocates—empowered directly by the courts—offer judges the critical information they need to ensure that each child’s rights and needs are being attended to while in foster care.
Volunteers stay with children until they are placed in loving permanent homes. For many abused children, a CASA volunteer is the only constant adult presence in their lives.


Afrika Schools of Kenya

Africa Schools of Kenya
Africa Schools of Kenya (ASK) works in conjunction with the Maasai people living in the Kajiado District of southern Kenya. Since 2007, ASK’s focus has been on the 800+ Maasai people living in the Esiteti and Embaringoi communities located in the Olgulului-Ololarashi Group Ranch overlooking Mt. Kilimanjaro. Esiteti Primary School was built and accredited by the Kenyan government in 2009. Currently, 346 students attend Esiteti School from nursery school to 6th grade. Over 120 Esiteti School students and graduates receive yearly scholarships through ASK’s Student Sponsorship program and ASK is contracted with 22 boarding high schools. Six girls and six boys are eligible each year for sponsorship through high school, allowing girls specifically to continue their education rather than be married and presumably pregnant at a young age.
ASK facilitates and underwrites the development and implementation of ongoing educational programs while building awareness on critical global issues such as of girl’s education, early marriage and pregnancy, healthcare, leadership training, community-sustainability and wildlife conservation.


National Sleep Foundation

National Sleep Foundation
National Sleep Foundation (NSF) works in partnership with leaders in the fields of sleep science and medicine to raise awareness of the importance of sleep, treatment for sleep problems and the consequences of sleep loss.  
Every year, the National Sleep Foundation conducts a poll cataloging the state of sleep in America. Developed and implemented by statistical experts and released each March in conjunction with National Sleep Awareness Week, the Sleep in America™ poll is one of the most anticipated yearly events in the sleep community.


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