15 children at Anchorage Children's Home in Panama City will be sleeping on brand new mattresses Thursday night.
One part of the children's home called, The Hidle House is a place for abused, homeless and runaway youth in Bay County to find refuge.
With so many children in and out of the Hidle House each year the old mattresses were stained, tattered and falling apart.
The Sleep Center heard about the problem and jumped in to help.
The company donated 21 new twin size mattresses, and all new bedding and pillows for the house.
The kids and staff said they were overwhelmed with the generosity.
"We had an immediate need for new mattresses for our emergency shelter, serving teenage runaway, homeless, abused youth in our community,” said Brooke Bullard, the development director at the Anchorage Children’s Home. “We turned to Richard to ask for some help and boy did we get it!"