Precious Dreams Foundation is organized exclusively to provide bedtime comfort items and teach children in foster care and homeless shelters healthy coping mechanisms and paths to fostering their dreams.
Youth in foster care and youth experiencing homelessness are deserving of support that promotes non-destructive self-sufficiency in the present and future. Since 2012, the Precious Dreams Foundation has proven that healthy coping mechanisms lead to better outcomes. Thousands of youth have found solace in their unique programming that teaches the skills needed to self-comfort for a lifetime.
Whether a bear is held tight after a bad dream or a yoga flow leads to a place of zen, we hope sleeping can be made easy, we hope to inspire
Who We Are
Volunteers passionate about helping children self-comfort, sleep peacefully and forget
about their worries.
What We Do
Gives essential therapeutic accessories for comfort and provides guidance and programming to help young people reach their dreams.
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Nearly 40% of the homeless in the United States are under 18.
There are approximately 428,000 children in foster care in the United States.
Children in foster care often face emotional and psychological challenges as they try to adjust to new and often changeable environments. Some children with severe attachment disorders may exhibit signs of sleep disturbance.
Homeless children worry about where they will sleep on a given night, and if they have a place to sleep, they are afraid of losing it.
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