Sleep Center Donates Nearly $25,000 of Tempurpedic to Anchorage Children’s Home
Posted on: June 27, 2018
The Sleep Center Superstores in Panama City, Florida is donating sixteen (16) Tempurpedic mattresses to Anchorage Children’s Home, a non-profit organization who provides a continuum of care for at-risk and abused and neglected children, youth and their families. The Sleep Center will deliver Tempurpedic mattresses, on or before July 31, 2018.
Richard Branham, Owner -The Sleep Center Superstore in Panama City commented, “The Sleep Center believes in giving back to the community. We are proud to help Anchorage Children’s Home make a difference in somebody’s life. We want continue to Give Where We Live!“
Brook Bullard, Development Director – Anchorage Children’s Home commented, “Anchorage is so appreciative to Richard and the Sleep Center for his continued support of our agency and the children we serve. Operation of an emergency shelter for teens places a significant amount of wear and tear on our facility and household items so these beds will help fill that need.”
About The Sleep Center Superstores – Panama City
The Sleep Center in Panama City, FL opened 1995 by owner, Richard Branham, and by following the traditions of the earlier stores, it quickly became the area’s most trusted specialty sleep shop. In 1998, Mr. Branham opened a new, larger store that covers nearly 10,000 square feet. Mr. Branham lives in Panama City, Florida along with his wife, daughter, and extended family and he cares passionately about Bay County’s success as a whole.
About Anchorage Children’s Home
As a local non-profit, Anchorage Children’s Home serves abused, neglected, homeless and runaway youth through emergency shelter, street outreach, transitional living programs, a sibling group home, family counseling and case management programs.