I admit it: Whenever I used to miss a good night’s sleep, I might’ve been a little grumpy the next day. Not anymore – not since I met Theresa.
Theresa can’t sleep at night because the night isn’t safe for her and thousands of other domestic violence victims. Instead of being home or even crashing at my friend Scott’s homeless camp, she hides in stairways or elevator shafts and, if she’s lucky, naps by day. Theresa wasn’t aware our state has shelters for victims of domestic violence. She is now.
Support our state’s charities. You – and other Theresas – might sleep better.
– Jeff Arnold, President, RightSure