Help Support Local Foster Children

Help a Foster Child walk with confidence

Donate New Shoes

New shoes mean running fast, jumping high and walking with confidence. Unfortunately, foster children are often placed in care unexpectedly with only the clothes on their backs. They need all the basics—all at once—which can be challenging for a foster family to accomplish.

The good news is we can help! Your generous support allows foster families to pick up new shoes at a moment’s notice from one of Sleep Train’s local non-profit partners. Bring your donation of new shoes  in any size—from toddler to teen—to a Sleep Train store near you, and they’ll be matched with a foster child in need. 




Online Donation

Donating funds online is easy, safe and secure. You have the ability to make a single donation or set up a recurring donation. Your tax-deductible donation will be used by our carefully selected foster care partners to provide foster children with special programs and services. Every donation is appreciated, and every dollar helps!


Host a Drive for Foster Kids

In the U.S., there are over 400,000 children living in foster care. You can help ensure that foster children have the essentials items they need to succeed by hosting your own Sleep Train Foster Kids donation drive. It’s an easy way to give back to your community while leaving the heavy lifting of planning and promotion to us!

Follow the link below to learn more about how to host your own donation drive for foster kids.

Host Your Own Drive

Upcoming Foster Kids Drive Dates




Thank You For Your Support!

Sleep Train’s 2016 Clothing Drive collected 23,813 in-kind items

We’re proud to announce that our 2016 Clothing Drive in California and the Northwest collected 23,813 in-kind items for foster children! Thank you to all who donated and to those who hosted their own Clothing Drives. 

Sleep Train knows, not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child.™

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