The SleepZone Mattress Centers believes that a strong community is one where we help others when they need it. A strong community is built on this foundation, and we have so many wonderful local non-profit organizations in Tri-Cities that are hard at work making our community a better place. We have been blessed to be able to support some of these great organizations and will continue to do so in the future.
The River is a place for ALL women to help themselves through core services that provide basic needs and support services that assist in living self sufficiently. You can learn more about this organization here.
Agape Women’s Services helps local women in need. You can learn more about the amazing work that they are doing here.
Kari’s Heart Foundation of Johnson City. Kari’s Heart foundation helps families of hospitalized children. You can learn more about Kari’s Heart here.
Hope House of Kingsport. Hope House is a maternity home and crisis pregnancy resource center. You can learn more about Hope House here.
The mission of Good Samaritan Ministries of Johnson City is to provide emergency needs for the poor, low income, homeless, individuals/families-at-risk, children, veterans, and elderly populations through education, mentoring and social services. Learn more about them here.
Rise Up has a vision to inspire kids to be relationally successful and prepared for the future. You can learn more this organization here.
Family Promise of Johnson City is a non-profit ministry comprised of churches, partners, volunteers and staff who help homeless families with children become self-sufficient. You can learn more about this ministry here.
Hunger First is a non-profit clothes closet and food pantry serving the needs of the Kingsport community. Learn more about Hunger First here.
The Second Harvest Food Bank of NorthEast TN helps local families with food assistance. You can learn more about Second Harvest of NE TN here.
Keystone Dental Care is a non-profit dental clinic with the mission of providing basic dental care to adults 19 years or older who meet federal poverty guidelines. Learn more about Keystone here.