Dreams has generously supported Noah's Ark by donating all non-clinical beds and matresses to our new children's hospice. We welcomed CEO Mike Logue for an exclusive tour of The Ark and to say a massive thank you.
Noah's Ark Children's Hospice has welcomed Mike Logue, CEO of Dreams, to our new hospice building, The Ark.
Mike has spearheaded the amazing support that Dreams, the bed and mattress retail and manufacturing business, has given to the charity. They've donated all of the hospice's non-clinical beds and also given beds to Noah's Ark specialist carers who tend to work unsociable hours. There is a proven link between good sleep and wellbeing and Dreams has done so much to improve the health of all family members supported by Noah's Ark.
Mike commented: "This is an amazing building and a hugely worthwhile project. We're delighted to be able to help out in our little way in providing some beds for the family rooms. I hope more people can help and get behind it."
Anthony Hayman, Assistant Director at Noah's Ark, said: "We're extremely grateful for everything that Dreams - and Mike personally - has done for our children's hospice building. From the staff at Bedquarters (Dreams' HQ) to those making the beds, the whole Dreams family has come together to support Noah's Ark Children's Hospice. The families who we help are often going through stressful, turbulent times; we want to do everything we can to make their stay here as restful and peaceful as possible. The support from Dreams will enable The Ark to be a home away from home for our families."
The Ark, the new state-of-the-art children's hospice building in Barnet, has six children's bedrooms and three family bedrooms. The in-patient unit will be open in 2020.