1. Fire Retardant & Washable - Polar Fleece Sleeping Bag
2. Emergency Space Blanket
ThermalTrex® Fire Retardant Polar Fleece Warmth
Fire retardant to Airline Blanket Standard + USA CPAI-75
+ Emergency Space Blanket
How does it compare to other donated bedding?
Sadly, when the public drops off bedding to homeless agencies they do not realise that what they are giving is NOT appropriate for outdoor use - this results in bedding quickly discarded and wasted. It's not the fault of our homeless friends on the streets - it's about understanding need.
Imagine trying to keep a white doona or duvet clean from dirt on the streets? It's undignified and are:
- Not easy to keep clean
- If they get wet they take days to dry (impossible on the street).
- Wet blankets do not protect from hypothermia or frostbite.
- Quickly discarded (due to all of the above) which can create further problems with local city councils.
Super warm accessory
Backpack Bed + Homeless Sleeping Bag
Homeless Sleeping Bag combined with our Backpack Bed emergency bed provides warmth to -4 degrees celsius EN 13537 independent lab test. Incredible blanket warmth.
Cost to HELP a homeless person with a warm sleeping bag
$35 / sleeping bag / homeless person
(sleeping bag inc shipping, tracking & insurance)
$350 = shipped 10 units / box - Australia wide -to our homeless Partner Agencies