Louisville, KY (PRWEB) February 05, 2013
Sodura, a manufacturer of eco-friendly and non toxic kid's furniture announced that they will start a charitable program dedicated to the benefit of underprivileged children in the Louisville, KY area.
"For some time we have been thinking about and trying to come up with a way to give back and to feel like we are really doing something good for someone. We wanted it to be special," recalls, Brian, Sodura's General Manager.
The new program will be called "Rest Haven". The idea behind the program is to give a bed to children who are in need of a safe and secure place to sleep. Sodura is a family company sand says that the program will be ran with that same philosophy. They plan to look at the number of cases that are brought to them in conjunction with their own finances to determine the number of beds each month that will be given away. Sodura hopes to make a difference in a child's life by giving them their own place to sleep, read, get cozy, feel secure, and dream.
"It has always been a priority for us personally to make sure that our own children get the rest that they need," says Carmen Scyphers, Sodura's Marketing Director. "Good sleep is so crucial when they are young, and our kids have always loved having their very own bed to cuddle up in. We hope to spread that security and peace of mind to others, especially if there's a child out there that might be sleeping on the floor or in a space that doesn't allow them to get the kind of rest and feeling of security that a good bed can provide."
Sodura will start accepting applications on Febrauray 15th of 2013. To enter or recommend someone to receive one of the twin beds or cribs for a giveaway, visit, http://www.sodura.com/rest-haven to fill out an application and review the rules.
Sodura is a family owned and operated manufacturer and designer of eco-friendly childrens furniture, which was started in 2011 by two parents who wanted something different. Sodura focuses on modern designs to fit in any environment, using non-toxic materials and doing it all right here in the USA.