We couldn't have given away over 500 beds in the past three years without the generosity of our sponsors. This year they have partnered with us again with a goal of giving 600 beds to kids. Like us, our sponsors believe that no child should have to sleep on the floor.
OfferUp, the largest mobile marketplace for local buyers and sellers, has generously partnered with Beds for Kids for the last two years. Compelled to help both their Law Enforcement partners and their home community, they have donated time and money to help us make sure no child in our community sleeps on the floor.
The Ron and Don Show on KIRO Radio has partnered with Beds for Kids since the very beginning. Every year they lead the charge by helping us raise money and spread the word. Without their support and the powerful support of the listeners in the Ron and Don Nation - there is no way that Beds for Kids could happen!
Make Unity is a premier branding and storytelling agency in the PNW. They were first introduced to Beds for Kids when working on a story about Detectives Gallagher and Wade. They documented the event in 2016 and this year have donated thousands of hours to create the videos you see here on this site.
The Paramount Hotel, Seattle
This year we welcome our newest corporate sponsor, The Paramount Hotel. After hearing about the project last year on the Ron and Don show, they were so moved to help that they reached out with a major contribution this year. Helping people get a good night sleep is truly a passion of theirs.
Thank you to Lamar for donating the awesome billboards supporting the Beds For Kids project. Look for them all over Seattle!
Redbox is honored to support the Beds for Kids Program and the positive impact it makes on our community. With more than 5 billion rentals to date, Redbox is America’s leading source for affordable new release movie and video game rentals. Redbox offers DVD, Blu-ray Disc® and video-game rentals through the nation’s largest network of more than 40,000 conveniently located, self-service entertainment kiosks.