Buy One, Give One: Ameena Dream Movement

We donate a mattress for every mattress sold

Your order will directly impact someone_s life. It_s more than just a mattress donation, it_s helping someone get a good night_s rest and helping them dream again.

We created The Dream Movement to help people dream again. For every Ameena mattress purchased, we_re donating a mattress to a charity or shelter around the country.

The Ameena Dream Movement proudly supports organizations that provide help to families and children in need.

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Your ability to weigh consequences and make rational decisions decreases.


You suffer from a higher risk of hypertension, diabetes, obesity, heart attack, and stroke.


You experience increased irritability and stress, and you're at a higher risk for depression.

When people can't find a place to sleep well, their risk for these problems spikes considerably. This is why it's our goal to help charities and shelters provide more space for people to sleep.

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity is an international, non-profit, Christian-based organization whose mission is to provide low-income families with decent, affordable housing in which they can raise their families. Putting God_s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings together people to build homes, communities, and hope.

The organization was founded by Millard and Linda Fuller in 1977, and has grown over the years to a global organization with affiliates located in all 50 states of the U.S., the District of Columbia, Guam, and Puerto Rico. Habitat for Humanity has built over 300,000 houses so far to help those in need.

To learn more about Habitat for Humanity, visit

Coalition on Temporary Shelter

The Coalition on Temporary Shelter was founded in 1982 as an organization devoted to extinguishing homelessness by providing services to the most vulnerable members of the Detroit community. Through their multiple facilities, COTS annually gives hope to more than 2000 homeless people through transitional and permanent housing programs. Empowering those in need through the Passport to Self-Sufficiency program, which focuses on housing, financial, health, educational, and employment solutions, COTS has a vision that is greater than just alleviating homelessness in this generation. The long-term methodology used at COTS will enable a multi-generational shift away from homelessness.

To learn more about the Coalition on Temporary Shelter, visit

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army was founded in 1865 by William and Catherine Booth. Its mission is _the advancement of the Christian religion, education, relief of poverty, and other charitable objectives beneficial to society or the community of mankind as a whole_

Responding to major catastrophes such as earthquakes, floods, and droughts worldwide, the Salvation Army is diligently continuing to strive toward their mission. Despite their large footprint, the Salvation Army is actively engaged in a local capacity as well. There are a dozen disaster response teams devoted to providing emergency food and shelter in Michigan, as well as two campuses focused on adult rehabilitation. Taking a holistic approach by providing counseling, shelter, and education in a faith-based environment empowers a sustainable lifestyle change for those in need.

To learn more about The Salvation Army, visit

South Oakland Shelter

South Oakland Shelter is an interfaith, community-based organization devoted to providing access to safe and secure housing for those in need. Through the partnership of over 60 local congregations, South Oakland Shelter has helped to provide much needed rest to more than 12,000 chronically homeless, veterans, domestic violence victims, people battling substance abuse, and people with mental health issues. Each year, South Oakland Shelter provides emergency shelter, meals, housing programs, and support services to hundreds of homeless people to aid them in establishing a higher quality of life. The help supplied by South Oakland Shelter has enabled 80% of recent participants in the program to leave the program with housing of their own.

To learn more about South Oakland Shelter, visit