Bowery Mission Receives Dozens of New Leesa Mattresses for its Men’s Shelter
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Folks residing at the Bowery Mission will soon rest a bit easier.
Today, the stalwart institution aiding the homeless of the Lower East Side and beyond will receive a special delivery of dozens of new Leesa mattresses for its newly renovated men’s shelter at 227 Bowery.
It’s part of the online luxury mattress retailer’s “One in Ten” program, which donates a mattress for every ten purchased by consumers. This delivery is the first of over 300 mattresses earmarked for the Mission, to be spread among all of its shelters and residences for men and women across Manhattan.
According to the PR babble, Bowery Mission CEO David P. Jones and Leesa Founder and CEO David Wolfe will lend a ceremonial hand at the “iconic Bowery flagship site” to “unload the donated mattresses, carry them upstairs and place them on bunks to provide a comfortable and safe place for homeless New Yorkers to sleep.”