Supporting the community...

Sleep might be our first love, but A.H. Beard is also passionate about protecting and preserving our environment, and supporting our local communities.

Soft Landing

A.H. Beard is a proud partner of Soft Landing mattress recycling. Soft Landing is a social enterprise currently operating in NSW (Sydney and the Illawarra), VIC (Melbourne), ACT (Hume and surrounds) and WA (Wangara and surrounds). They divert waste mattresses from landfill and recover the components for recycling and reuse. Through deconstructing and recycling mattresses they offer entry level training and employment to people who experience significant barriers to work, including Indigenous Australians, the long term unemployed, people experiencing mental health issues and those leaving the prison system (or with a criminal record).

Great Auckland Bed Race

Great Auckland Bed Race

Of course we want to do our bit for our New Zealand community too! The Great Auckland Bed Race is an annual event hosted at Auckland Domain to raise funds and support to a huge range of registered New Zealand charities. Each year, things get bigger and better, which is why A.H. Beard King Koil is proud to be the major sponsor of the Great Auckland Bed Race.

Save the Tasmanian Devil

Save the Tasmanian Devil

A.H. Beard is proud to support the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program (STDP). This program was established in 2003 following concern for the decline of the Tasmanian devil due to Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD). DFTD is a rare infectious cancer that is spreading through wild Tasmanian devil populations. The Tasmanian devil has been listed as Endangered by the Federal and State governments, as well as the Red List of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN). The Tasmanian devil is now wholly protected. The program funds research into the long-term solution to DFTD, with the aim of keeping Tasmanian devils sustainable in the wild.

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