Memory foam mattresses from Ecosa are supporting New Zealanders to sleep better and get help in their time of need.
Ecosa donated its 500th mattress to The Salvation Army New Zealand this month for sale in its Family Stores.
Ecosa memory foam mattresses come with a 100 day trial and money back guarantee if people find the mattress isn’t what they like. Under the partnership with The Salvation Army those mattresses are donated to the Army’s Family Stores to support its work with New Zealanders in desperate need.
Salvation Army Family Stores National Manager Gareth Marshall says the mattress sales raise funds for much needed Salvation Army services in each community and give Family Store customers the opportunity to purchase a near new, high quality mattress at a significantly discounted price.
“We’re really grateful for this partnership. The donations from Ecosa are a significant support to our stores and help provide the funds that keep our services running their community. They also provide a supply of better quality stock to our stores and another chance for people to find a treasure when they shop.”
Ecosa founder and director Ringo Chan says the partnership is an opportunity for the customers to sleep easy even if they find the mattress is not for them, knowing they are supporting those most in need in their community.
“Buying an Ecosa mattress brings you peace of mind. It’s a seamless process from the moment you first lie on it, that continues even if you realise it’s not for you.”
Ecosa also partners with The Salvation Army in Australia where it has donated over 2000 mattresses and has recently began supporting The Salvation Army in the United States of America.
Robin Raymond, Salvation Army Territorial Media Officer
021 270 3683, (04) 802 6269 ext 24274