SALT LAKE CITY, Utah –Ashley HomeStores’ Hope to Dream and Utah Jazz, partnered to provide forty less fortunate children with a new bed. The event took place at Vivint Smart Home Arena, home of the Utah Jazz, on Wednesday, April 4.
Each child received a mattress, bedframe, sheet set, pillow, and Jazz gear. Former Jazz player, Thurl Bailey, attended the event as well as cheerleaders and Mascot, Jazz the Bear. Games, food, and a performance by the Utah Jazz Dunk team were all part of the fun.
Jessica, one of the 50,000 children who has received a bed through Hope to Dream stated, “It wasn’t that we didn’t have dreams before. But it inspired us that those dreams were realistic dreams…we could provide a better future for ourselves and our parents.”
Nominating a child in need of a bed can be done online at https://www.ashleyfurniture.com/a-hope-to-dream/online-nomination/ or at any participating Ashley HomeStore location.
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Hope to Dream - Ashley HomeStore believes that every child deserves a good night’s sleep. Founded in 2010 on that guiding principle, Ashley HomeStore’s “Hope to Dream” program provides beds to less fortunate children across the U.S. and Canada. A portion of the proceeds for every mattress purchased at a participating Ashley HomeStore helps pay for a bed for a child in need. Since its inception, more than 50,000 children have received a brand new bed. Those wishing to nominate a child can visit https://www.ashleyfurniture.com/a-hope-to-dream/ or request an electronic application by emailing HopetoDream@ashleyhomestore.com. In-store applications are also available at participating locations.