Buy One, Give One event

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Buy one, give one events

During our Buy One, Give One events supporting foster care children, we have sold and donated 3095 mattresses! Thanks to Arizona Helping Hands and the Arizona community, more children in need have a safe place to sleep.

Watch out for our next giving campaign, where your purchase could help a foster care child receive a new mattress.

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Let us help you find the perfect mattress and sleep necessities in store at any Revive Sleep Center, located inside all Living Spaces locations.

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About United for Change

United for Change collects donated furniture and household goods for veterans who are transitioning from homelessness to permanent supportive housing. Since its inception, United for Change has supplied over 1,400 veterans with furnishings.

Select Revive products are eligible - in store and online

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About Arizona Helping Hands

Arizona Helping Hands provides essential needs for children in foster care through programs promoting safety, permanency and health. Thanks to our partnership, these children will have a safe place to sleep. In 2019, more than 3,400 children will receive a bed or a crib through their work. Thousands more benefit from their clothing, diapers, back to school and birthday programs. Learn more ›

The Childrens Shelter

About The Children's Shelter

Since 1901, The Children’s Shelter has provided a safe haven for child survivors of abuse, neglect, and abandonment in San Antonio and Bexar County. Today, The Children’s Shelter is a trauma-informed care certified organization that provides a continuity of care through an array of a family of services, including providing emergency shelter and therapeutic foster care for children and youth, Family Strengthening programs that teach nurturing parenting skills to vulnerable families and help families overcome crises, and a mental health clinic that provides trauma-sensitive therapeutic interventions for children and families impacted by maltreatment. Learn more ›

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