Silentnight, has donated a special
bed to South London YMCA, to help support the homeless across the
capital.


The top of the range Silentnight
Geltex 1000 bed was used for a London newspaper shoot and was then
donated to South London YMCA. 


The UK bed manufacturer is dedicated
to donating to charitable causes, having recently donated 19
mattresses to charity SafeSpace, based in Nelson, who provide
Supported Accommodation & Support for young people between 16
and 25.


Fundraising and Communications 
Officer for South London YMCA, Sandip Samra said, "To all at
Silentnight, thank you so much for the donation, we really
appreciate it. It's a great addition to our move on support for
young people."
 


Silentnight's Brand Marketing
Manager, Grace Moorhouse, added, "We feel that there's a very
natural synergy between organisations that support the homeless,
such as the YMCA, and Silentnight. I was delighted that we had the
opportunity to gift one of our beds to such a worthy cause. I hope
that this is the first in a number of projects we can get involved
in with the YMCA, to help support many more young homeless
individuals."


South London YMCA operate a number
of supported housing projects and health related services in the
Boroughs of Croydon, Lambeth, and Kensington and Chelsea. They are
the largest provider of supported accommodation for people of all
ages in London south of the Thames since 1861. They aim to help
people of all ages find opportunities to change their lives and
futures, they work with those with alcohol/drug misuse issues, and
those with mental health needs.