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3 Free Nights of Overnight Newborn Care!

It’s our 10 year anniversary here in Washington DC and to celebrate we’re giving away 3 Nights of Sleep through our non-profit, Mission: Sleep.  Usually Mission: Sleep provides free, overnight care to military and first responders whose babies arrive when a parent is deployed, wounded or deceased. This year we’re including frontline workers! We want to say THANK YOU to all who keep us safe and healthy…especially during the coronavirus crisis. 

Mission: Sleep is the non-profit arm of Let Mommy Sleep and has been operating since 2013, with formal endorsements by then-Governor Tim Kaine (VA-D) and Delegate Richard Anderson (R-VA). Our wonderful grant partners include Giving Joy, the Ft. Belvoir Officers’ Spouses Club and 100 Women Who Care.  Hear from one of our real life moms on ABC7!  

If you know a doctor, nurse, grocery store staff member, military, police, firefighter or EMS worker who’s expecting or has a new baby in the DC area, nominate them now! Voting will begin Sept 7 (LABOR DAY OF COURSE) and the winner will be announced Sept 14.  Free, overnight newborn care will be provided by a Let Mommy Sleep team member. Let Mommy Sleep is following strict COVID19 protocols and requires nurses and caregivers to have all vaccinations and certificates for safe sleep, newborn and postpartum care. 

Nominate a deserving parent now!

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