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Refugees Resettle in NWA, Donation of Beds

Overcoming the challenges of building a new life, requires the network of a

good community. Resettlement efforts are underway for refugees to

Northwest Arkansas. On December 5, 2018, free beds and helping hands

were donated to 2 families relocating to Northwest Arkansas by Canopy

Northwest Arkansas and Joplimo Mattress.

“Northwest Arkansas, with its diverse community, rapid economic growth,

and excellent educational institutions, is an ideal location for refugees seeking

to build a new life.” explains Emily Crane Linn, Executive Director of

Canopy Northwest Arkansas. Refugees are resettling from overseas.

An immediate need for housing will be served by a local Airbnb, until a

longterm solution is available. The organization is currently seeking long

term housing and you may contact Kyle Horne

Joplimo Mattress' mission is to give back and positively impact others in

the community. Pictured here are Canopy Northwest Arkansas

and Joplimo Mattress Store Manager, Rodney Mobley. Tears were wiped

away and gratefulness exchanged for the donation. A gesture of community

between the Refugee family and Joplimo Mattress owner, Brian Croft,

will be a sincere thank you exchanged of no words. Joplimo Mattress is a retailer of handcrafted mattresses and specialty sleep products. The company was founded in 2009 by Brian Croft and has expanded to 10 locations throughout Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas. For more information, please visit “Our company gives a percentage of all proceeds to local charities. It is a privilege to help others and

provide an atmosphere where others can dream free” comments Croft.

Joplimo Mattress was established to be an Agent of Change in honor of

Croft’s brother who benefited from the services of various counseling facilies

during his struggle with bi-polar disorder. #joplimodragonfly #abedforlife

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