While everyone hunkers down under various stay home orders, it’s important for us all to remain as healthy as possible. Although eating well and exercising regularly are essential to our health and immunity, getting 8 hours of sleep every night is, too — and for those endeavors, we’ve got some great options.
If you could use a little more rest and relaxation during this stressful, uncertain time, why not choose a new mattress from a company giving back to their communities? Support the relief efforts of the following mattress brands with your purchase, and help out those in need by making a compassionate choice.
The bedding experts at Casper are offering 20% off all mattresses and pillows for healthcare professionals as a way to thank them for their hard work during these times. In addition, they’re offering 10% off everything on their site to everyone else as well, and they have thoroughly contact-free delivery once an order is placed.
We got our hands on a Casper mattress, so if you want to learn more, read our in-depth Casper review before you buy.
Mattress and bedding brand Leesa is committed to providing supplemental bed kits to meet the needs of hospitals in 41 states. Any hospitals in need are invited to contact them directly or email them to request the supplemental beds. Additionally, Leesa would like any hospital workers, EMTs, delivery drivers, and pharmacy, bank, and grocery store employees to call 757-347-8710 to get an exclusive Leesa discount.
To help out during this time of need, Boll and Branch is donating 10% of each sale to the production of mattresses and pillows for pop-up hospitals in New York and other emergency medical operations throughout the United States. They’ve committed to making at least 1,000 mattresses and 5,000 pillows for emergency hospitals, but they believe they can reach much higher numbers with customer help. Customers are encouraged to browse the luxury bedding company site, where they’re offering 10% off any purchase using the promo code GOODNESS.
Phoenix-based Brooklyn Bedding is producing beds for hospitals in need. Originally created for use in the trucking industry, the mattresses are covered in vinyl and can fit into the sleeping area of semi-trucks. Brooklyn Bedding is encouraging any health or government officials in need of such hospital beds to contact them directly. They can make the beds any size necessary and can ship them anywhere in the nation.
Brooklyn Bedding is also working to develop face masks for doctors and first responders in Arizona.
When you’re ready to upgrade your mattress, give Helix a glance. This generous company has donated over 150 mattresses to hospitals in need and now wants to give healthcare workers a chance to purchase them at cost. What’s more? First responders get a special discount at Helix — as do teachers, members of the military, and students.
Avocado mattresses are revving up to help out in their communities in a myriad of ways. First off, they plan to donate funds to the EcoHealth Alliance to be used toward disease spread prevention. Secondly, the company will be using part of its Los Angeles facility to make hand-washable organic cotton face masks — which are sold at cost, not for profit, on the Avocado site. One pack is allowed per household, and a family-pack includes four adult face masks and four children’s face masks.
Avocado can also make disposable mattresses and protective gear, as well as easy-to-wash sheets and pillows, and the brand is preparing to serve hospitals in need with these materials.
Innovative mattress brand Purple is getting in on the giving by committing 10% of their net proceeds to the manufacturing and donating of emergency mattresses to healthcare facilities in need nationwide. Until April 20, Purple will use proceeds from every purchase of their products for this purpose and will build the beds in their Utah plant.
Purple is also a member of the Brands x Better Coalition, a group of brands organized to bring aid to those in need. Get details about the group and donate by visiting this site.
Mattress brand Emma is currently offering an additional 10% discount to healthcare workers. To get the deal, workers are asked to contact Emma directly via email and attach helpful documentation that will act as proof of employment. They will then process the discount for you upon receipt of that documentation.
Check out their other site-wide discount of 30% off regular items and 35% off bundles by clicking the button below.
Serta Simmons, makers of such brands as Beautyrest, Simmons, and Tuft & Needle, is working hard to provide hospital beds to medical facilities in need. They’ve already provided over 10,000 beds to hospitals in New York, but they’re determined to send even more. With your help, they can do it — for every 25 beds donated by customers through the “Stay Home, Send Beds” program, Serta will donate another bed themselves. Get details on their site if you’re interested in participating.
There’s a nice start for you to choose from as you begin your mattress browsing. Each of the above selections makes quality products, posts the materials they use, and has created their own unique way to give back to the communities that support them during this trying time. Please consider one of these options if you’re looking for a mattress, and know that your money is helping out people, organizations, or hospitals in need.
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