Mynd Joins Project Night Night to Give Back to Local Communities

Doug Brien
March 10, 2017

A huge part of what we do at Mynd is connect people to their new homes. It’s gratifying work to help residents start a brand new chapter in their lives, and it’s something we care deeply about. But, it can be a difficult time during the holidays for many who don’t have a place they can call home – especially young children. This year, we teamed up with Project Night Night, a gracious organization that donates over 25,000 Night Night packages to homeless children each year, to support local East Bay youth as they move through challenging times. Each Night Night package includes a new security blanket, children’s book, and a stuffed animal friend. Project Night Night’s goal is to offer items that provide a sense of comfort and security as well as emotional and educational support to children 12 and under, and we were fortunate enough to help with the mission.

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Mynd Office Manager, Christina Bermudez, at 
UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland Claremont Clinic East for Project Night Night

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