Leesa, the number one luxury, direct to consumer online mattress retailer, reached a significant milestone recently, and used that mark to give back.

The company announced this week that they’ve sold 300,000 mattresses to consumers since their launch three years ago, resulting in a donation of 30,000 mattresses to charity. As a part of their “One-Ten” program, Leesa committed to donating one mattress for every 10 sold to non-profit organizations that help homelessness, domestic violence, human¬†trafficking victims.

Recent months have seen rapid growth for Leesa, including over $20 million in investment funding, new leadership, and a spot on Forbes “Next Billion Dollar Startups” list. And thanks to partnerships with retailers like West Elm, that growth isn’t showing any sign of slowing. The original Leesa mattress is available in almost 100 West Elm stores, and their foam and pocket-spring coil hybrid Sapira is available in 55 locations.

Since the company launched, their dedication to quality and craftsmanship has resulted in rave reviews from customers (you can read our review here) with 90 percent of reviews being 4 or 5 stars. Their new products almost always seem to follow suit, as their recent hybrid pillow launch was one of their most successful yet.

Co-founder and CEO David Wolfe is, of course, happy with the company’s growth, but he’s most happy about their ability to give back. Our “business success over the last year is a source of great pride,” he said, “but nothing compares to the pride we feel about the lives we have been able to help through our One-Ten Program.” “We are excited to further disrupt the industry,” he said, “with our products, partnerships and high bar for excellence in all areas of our business.”

If you’re not familiar with the Leesa brand, it’s one of the best mattresses you can buy. It ships directly to your home in a compact box, and you get 100 risk free nights to see if it’s right for you.

Artie Beaty

Artie Beaty

Artie Beaty is a freelance writer from the Charlotte area who, with a 4 year old son and another child on the way, has long since given up on uninterrupted sleep. When he's not fighting for bed space with a toddler, he's traveling with his family or cheering on the Chicago Cubs and Carolina Panthers. Contact him at [email protected]
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