Sealy never rests when looking for better sleep.
While Sealy strives to help the world sleep better, they also want the world to live better. Which is why they find various ways to support and make a difference to the community. Not only financially, but with an exceptional amount of time and energy. Sealy employees are dedicated to making a difference, in these charities and an evolving list of others.
Ronald McDonald House®: Ronald McDonald House® is the cornerstone of Ronald McDonald House Charities® Canada (RMHC® Canada). Each Ronald McDonald House provides a home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill children who are being treated at nearby children’s hospitals. Ronald McDonald House offers families a warm, compassionate and comfortable home environment for a nominal fee. It is a place where families can be together and kids can share experiences with others who are just like them.
There are 12 Ronald McDonald Houses across Canada. Each one is independently owned and operated by a not-for-profit organization. In addition to the support from RMHC Canada and McDonald’s®, they rely on support of many donors in their communities to make The House that Love Built® a reality. In an effort to help RMHC support families night and day, Sealy Canada Ltd., as an official donor, provides new mattresses and boxsprings to each Ronald McDonald House throughout Canada.
United Way: Over a million dollars have been raised by Sealy over the past ten years to support the local United Way organization. Employees generously donate more than anticipated each year. Over 10% of the corporate-based workforce donates to the United Way at the Leadership Giving level.
American Red Cross: $1 million donation of cash and products to support Katrina Hurricane Relief Efforts, and Sealy employees raised an additional $72,300 in cash donations for the American Red Cross. Several years ago, 10 truckloads of mattresses were sent to eastern North Carolina following Hurricane Floyd.
Salvation Army: For more than eight years, Sealy has sponsored a series of holiday concerts in the North Carolina Triad area to raise canned food donations for the Salvation Army. Sealy also ask its employees and local industries to participate in a canned food collection challenge. In 2009, Sealy employees donated 300,000 cans of food and bottled water. In total, the Holiday Concert Challenge collected 670,435 cans of food for the Salvation Army.
Victory Junction Gang: A camp devoted to enriching the lives of children with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses, Sealy has outfitted all of the cabins with Sealy mattresses and employees volunteer their time at the camp.
Monthly Charitable Contributions: Each month employees select a charitable organization to support. So far this year, employees have raised money for the American Cancer Society, American Red Cross, Hospice of the Piedmont and the YMCA.
Local Endeavors: YMCA Archdale/Trinity Building Fund, University of High Point Building Fund, Trinity High School Scholarship, High Point Arts Council, Archdale Public Library.
Additionally, Sealy employees volunteer their time to organizations such as Junior Achievement, YMCA, YWCA, Boys & Girls Club, Habitat for Humanity, Operation Smile and more.
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