Sleep Train, a Sacramento, Calif.–based retailer that has collected more than 300,000 items and $700,000 in cash donations through its Foster Kids Program since 2008, is thanking other companies and groups that have been inspired to help foster children. Last summer, Under the Nile, a Milpitas, Calif.–based cotton apparel company, hosted a drive to support Sleep Train’s annual collection of pajamas and donated 50 pairs of its own product, a retail value of $1,600. Laptop Lunches, based in Santa Cruz, Calif., donated more than 500 lunch boxes to foster kids. The “Reaching Beyond the Walls” Missions Group at San Quentin State Prison recently donated $1,500 to Sleep Train’s charity.
November 1, 2011
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