From WKYC Cleveland:
A good night's sleep is crucial to a child's health and development. And, yet, there are so many children without a bed to lay in at night.
Later this week, that will will change for some underserved children in the Cleveland area, thanks to the Good Knights of Lorain and several local businesses.
"The Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) is proud to partner with the Good Knights of Lorain County to provide beds to families residing in Outhwaite and Carver Park estates,” said Mr. Jeffery K. Patterson, Chief Executive Officer of CMHA, in a news release. “On behalf of our residents, we are very thankful for the Good Knights and all of the volunteers who gave their time and service to our community. Their efforts to provide up to 100 beds to families who truly needed this assistance is both admirable and appreciated.”
Read WKYC's article "Good Knights of Lorain to build, donate 100 beds to Cleveland-area kids," featuring the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority.