The Charities we work with are very important to us as they are local to our patrons and important to our families at Banner Mattress. We feel very strongly about these charities and our work with them:
Banner Mattress is proud to add Path Of Life Ministries to our family of charities. Path Of Life's mission is to enhance the social and economic vitality of our community and people by rescuing, restoring and rebuilding lives of the poor and homeless. One of their core guiding principles is grounded in partnering with the community. As one of their newer partners, Banner is happy to be providing mattresses to those in our community most in need of a good night's sleep.
Through programs like Rapid Rehousing for Families, providing temporary housing and support, and Permanent Supportive Housing, providing permanent housing for the chronically homeless, Banner has been able to help make the transition from homeless to home one mattress at a time.
A whole, healthy community with whole, healthy people is the goal. Banner believes it all starts with a good night's sleep!
Stater Bros. Charities & Inland Women Fighting Cancer BELIEVE that creating the best care for cancer patients and their families in the community starts here! Believe Walk wants the funds raised in the Inland Empire to benefit the people who live in our communities. Banner Mattress is a proud participant of Believe Walk. Read more
Hike 4 Hope is a family-oriented noncompetitive hiking event supporting City of Hope’s Women’s Cancers Program. Hike 4 Hope wants to help City of Hope end women’s cancers and make a difference for more women. Banner is a title Sponsor of Hike 4 Hope. Read more
Banner Mattress gets donated hand-made blankets from the community dropped off at the retail stores and delivers them to the Loma Linda Children’s Hospital. They in turn give them to the children in long term care or siblings staying overnight in the Ronald Mc Donald House. The purpose is to give them something that is theirs while in the hospital that is not of the hospital. Read more
Susan G. Komen® Inland Empire provides grants to local organizations that provide breast cancer screening, diagnostic services, and support to medically underserved women, men and their families. The annual “Race for the Cure” helps raise funds to provide these grants. Banner Mattress is the official sponsor of “Sleep in for the Cure”—which allows “virtual participants” to register, even if they can’t make the race. Read more
The Memory Walk will become the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in 2011. The new name captures the energy and strength of our participants, volunteers and donors, and the momentum of our cause and vision that drives why we are all participate. Banner Mattress is a proud participant. Read more
Habitat for Humanity builds and renovates homes in partnership with the community with the goal of eliminating substandard housing by making decent, affordable housing a matter of conscience and action in our communities. Banner Mattress has provided in-kind donations valued at more than $70,000 in support of this effort since 2011. Read more
Project Touch brings faith communities together with civil and business organizations to effectively overcome homelessness and establish effective methods of homeless prevention. Project Touch offers a transitional housing program, a winter emergency shelter, a police response program, direct emergency assistance, a community food program, and a resource referral center. Banner Mattress has been helping those most in need of a good night sleep by partnering with Project Touch for over three years. Read more
Since 1971, Coachella Valley Rescue Mission has been an oasis, a place of refuge for the homeless and needy in our valley. We are a safe haven, a place of rest for the weary and a place where daily physical and spiritual needs may be met. Over the years the mission has continued to meet the ever growing needs of individuals, who for a variety of reasons, have found themselves without the basic necessities of life. A dedicated staff and volunteers serve more than 175,000 hot meals annually and provide shelter to thousands of men and women with children. Food, clothing, and showers are also provided for those who do not shelter with us. Read more