Eve Sleep buddies up with Mental Health UK

For this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week 2018, eve Sleep is donating £5 to Mental Health UK for every mattress sold.

In addition, for the month of May, each time you recommend eve to a friend and they go on to buy an eve mattress – even if you’re not an existing customer yourself – eve will donate £50 to Mental Health UK. Your friend will then also receive a free set of eve’s linen bedding.

A great night’s sleep and a healthy mind are inextricably linked. Poor sleep is linked to physical problems, such as a weakened immune system, as well as mental health problems, like anxiety and depression. A good mattress is important, but there’s plenty more at play when it comes to having a restful night.

"Our aim at eve is to create beautiful products that help you sleep better. This Mental Health Awareness Week we wanted to acknowledge the link between your mental wellbeing and your sleep, and we hope this charity partnership will go some way to supporting the great work being done by the team at Mental Health UK."

– Jas Bagniewski, Co founderand CEO, eve Sleep

"Stress is the theme of this year's Mental Health Awareness Week, and with the obvious link between the impact stress can have on both your mental health and your sleep, it seems a timely tie in to be working with eve. We're excited to work with a young start-up and are pleased to be chosen as eve's first official charity partner."

– James Fletcher, Head of Corporate Partnerships, Mental Health UK

More details on the partnership are at evemattress.co.uk/mentalhealth

eve Sleep will donate £5 for every mattress sale made from Monday 14 – Sunday 20 May 2018 (inclusive). This is for sales of either the eve mattress, or the new eve hybrid mattress, in any size. The donation is valid on UK sales only, and doesn’t apply to sales of the baby mattress.

Your donation will make the difference

Just £10 could help pay for a call to our advice and information line, supporting someone living with mental illness who may be feeling in distress during this time.

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