Sleep Train's New Clothing Drive for Foster Kids


To help give foster kids the extra confidence boost that comes with a new tee or jeans, Sleep Train is hosting its annual Clothing Drive. Drop off donations of new clothing in all sizes at any Sleep Train location. For more information on the nearest store, please visit www.sleeptrain.com.


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Posted by Informed
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Jun 6, 2012 at 1:09 pm

I see that the Fair this summer is working with Sleep Train to collect needed clothes for Foster Children. On Friday, June 22, you can bring a new kid's clothing item to the Fair and receive a $5 Fair admission. Great partnership, way to go! :)

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Posted by Concerned
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Jun 6, 2012 at 7:30 pm

The last I saw, while employeed by the County, was that each Foster chid received over $800.00 per month income paid to the foster parent. That is hundreds more than 1 child receives on AFDC. Please check your facts. People want to be kind out of the goodness within, but do not always know where their contributions are going. People need to know the facts first. Just like with The Tri Valley Community Fund fraud mishap. Unfortunately, this keeps happening over and over again. This truly disheartens me. When will people learn?! Pay attention and learn truth from fiction. Spend and give wisely; especially where it is truly needed.

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