Disaster Relief Fund

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Who We Are

Sleep in Heavenly Peace is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that partners with the community to build bunk beds for kids from raw materials complete with mattresses, pillows and bedding. In 2019, SHP’s bunk bed program gave a permanent home to over 30,000 of our beds for children sleeping on the floor. The Disaster Relief Fund provides a new way to help those in need who’ve been impacted by a recent disaster.

How We Use Disaster Relief Funds

All donated funds received through our Disaster Relief Program are used to benefit children who have lost their beds and even their homes in tragedies across the globe. Funds go to local SHP chapters or agency partners for the construction and distribution of bunk beds to disaster victims.

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Some current natural disasters we support


Nashville Area Tornados



The Nashville Area Tornados caused devastating and widespread damage.

March 3, 2020


  • 24 civilian fatalities
  • 234 injured civilians
  • 92,000 without power
  • 4 counties impacted
  • EF-3 tornado

California Camp Fires


The Camp Fire was the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history to date.

November 8, 2018 – November 25, 2018


  • 85 civilian fatalities
  • 12 injured civilians
  • 5 injured firefighters
  • 153,336 acres burned
  • 18,804 structures destroyed
  • Estimated damage is $7.5-10 billion

Hurricane Michael


The third-most intense Atlantic hurricane to make landfall in the US in terms of pressure.

Mexico Beach and Panama City suffered the worst, with catastrophic damage reported due to extreme winds and storm surge. Numerous homes were flattened and trees felled over a wide swath of the panhandle.


  • 72 fatalities
  • $25.1 billion in Damage

Hurricane Florence


The wettest tropical cyclone recorded in the Carolinas

Made landfall on September 14 with 140mph sustained winds


  • 55 fatalities
  • Estimated damage is $17.9 billion

Hurricane Harvey


Wettest tropical cyclone on record in the United States which dumped 40 inches of rain on Houston and Southern Texas in 4 days

Made landfall on August 25, 2017 as a Category 4 hurricane


  • Displaced over 30,000 people
  • 68 fatalities
  • Estimated damage is $125 billion