Mattress To Go recently donated over $900.00 worth of mattresses to Abigayle Ministries for use in their residential housing program.
Shelby Township, MI. Thursday, March 30, 2023 – Mattress To Go owner Jeff Scheuer announced that Mattress To Go recently donated a twin extra large/long mattress set and frame worth over $900.00 to the Abigayle Ministries. This mattresses will be used in the Abigayle Ministries residential housing program.
“I was contacted by Abigayle Ministries, and they had a bit of a mattress emergency,” stated Mattress To Go owner Jeff Scheuer. “They were admitting a taller expectant mother to their program in just a few days, and she wouldn’t fit on their standard sized twin mattress sets. They were inquiring about purchasing a twin extra long mattress set, but they needed it in just a few days. As luck would have it, I had a very nice twin extra long mattress set in stock, so we decided to donate it to them and make it available for immediate pick up. Now that tall young lady will have a comfortable place to rest during her stay at Abigayle Ministries.
“Abigayle Ministries does great work in our community, and we always do our best to help them out in their time of need.”
About Mattress To Go
America’s Home of Beducation®, Mattress To Go specializes in personalized expert advice, offering premium American mattresses at some of the nation’s lowest prices. Owner Jeff Scheuer, The Beducator™, offers expert advice both in-store and through his renowned YouTube Beducation videos. For more information, visit www.matt-to-go.com.
About Abigayle Ministries
Abigayle Ministries’ Residential Program was established in 1997 to benefit adult homeless pregnant women and their newborns through comprehensive, individualized services, providing a 24-hour-a-day Christ-centered home environment, including shelter, food, coordination of community services, and education.
The goal of the Residential Program is to educate, equip, and encourage women to live constructively and independently, breaking generational cycles of poverty, abuse, and neglect. This constructive and fruitful life change for Abigayle women and their children is accomplished through a comprehensive program that has a focus on the mind, body, soul and life skills. For more information on opportunities to support Abigayle financially, materially, or as a volunteer see www.abigayleministries.org or call 586.323.1411.