The Non Profit Journal chats with Jeanie Owens of Project Sleep Tight USA
Hosts of The Non Profit Journal interview Jeanie Owens, President/Director of Project Sleep Tight USA about the history of the organization and the challenges it faces. They discuss the mission of Project Sleep Tight and the future growth of this child-focused organization.
Project Sleep Tight works to make all kids feel secure while sleeping.
Towne Meadow Elementary in Gilbert, AZ builds Sleep Tight totes to help kids in shelters get a good night’s sleep.
Project Sleep Tight Receives grant from EBAY/PayPal
Project Sleep Tight
A Gilbert teacher inspires her students to help kids living in Arizona’s homeless shelters.
Gilbert students helping homeless kids ‘Sleep Tight’
Project Sleep Tight – RAK
Random Acts of Kindness or RAK Club fifth-grader Alec Schumacher,10, left, and sixth-grader Alexis Medrano,11, assemble “Project Sleep Tight” totes, Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012 at Towne Meadows Elementary school in Gilbert. Each canvas bag consists of a fleece blanket, stuffed animal, book and a toothbrush. image credits: Tim Hacker
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