Feedback video from shelters and Night Night package recipients
In the News
April, 2019 AmazonBooks chooses Project Night Night as a beneficiary, for the second year, for their
Two Indian American high school students in the San Francisco Bay Area, Abhishek Kattuparambil and Rishi Arjun, have teamed up with six high tech companies to help aid homeless children in the area.
This holiday season Wild Republic, an international toy company, will once again support the non-profit organization Project Night Night through their “Buy, Get, Give” campaign.
November 1, 2017 Help Homeless Children Have Sweeter Dreams with our November Force For Good® Look
Origami Owl® will donate $1 from every “’Twas the Night Before Christmas” Locket look purchased, in the U.S. and Canada, to benefit Project Night Night, an organization that donates over 25,000 Night Night Packages each year to homeless children 12 and under.
The New York Times spotlights Project Night Night’s work June 26, 2014
Project Night Night: Bedtime Treasures for Kids with Little of their Own
Traditional Home Magazine Honors Project Night Night Founder Kendra Stitt Robins as Classic Women of the Year
On November 8, 2011, Project Night Night Founder Kendra Stitt Robins was one of five women honored at an event held by Traditional Home as part of its seventh annual “Classic Woman Awards. ”The magazine’s 4.6 million readers nominated women from across the country who are making a positive difference in their communities. Editor-in-Chief Ann Omvig Maine and Natalie Morales of NBC’s “Today” show co-hosted a special award ceremony luncheon at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in New York City.
KTVN Channel 2 News Features Project Night Night
Host Kristen Remington and the Kindness Crew take an in-depth look at how Project Night Night serves the homeless community in Reno, Nevada.
Major League Baseball and PEOPLE Magazine Honor Project Night Night Founder
Major League Baseball and PEOPLE announced the 30 winners of the “All-Stars Among Us” campaign, which spotlighted people who have gone above and beyond to serve their communities. Kendra Stitt Robins represented the San Francisco Giants for her work with Project Night Night. Robins and the rest of the winners were honored during the televised pregame ceremony at the July 2009 MLB All-Star Game in St. Louis, at which President Barack Obama threw out the ceremonial first pitch.
Deerfield Academy profiles Alumna, Kendra Stitt Robins, Founder of Project Night Night.
Kendra Stitt Robins, Deerfield Academy class of 1990 is spotlighted in the Deerfield Magazine on page 80.
Additional Press Releases