A growing body needs a good night’s sleep. But right now there are more homeless children in the U.S. than at any time since the Great Depression; too many are losing precious winks. San Francisco-based nonprofit Project Night Night gives homeless children around the country a blankie, book, and stuffed animal to help ease some of the stress of shelter living. How can you help? Choose an affiliated shelter in your city and organize a tote-packing fundraising party. Project Night Night supplies you with totes (they cost $3.50 each); you round up volunteers (moms group, PTA committee, birthday party), secure blankies (new with tags, please), and gather gently used books and plushies (utilize your own overflow) to finish each package. Or underwrite the cost of a bag by donating $20 online. And put some fears to rest. For more information, go to projectnightnight.com. 25% off Micralite Toro and Newborn System Stroller We swear by this all-in-one stroller. It’s just one easy fold to standing (perfect for apartment living), all-terrain (city sidewalks and country roads), weighs less than other luxe strollers (eighteen pounds), and navigates store aisles like a champ. Enter DCToro at checkout for discount; valid thru July 15. Dandelion ReUsables Plates, bowls, forks, and spoons all made from corn-based plastic. Deep sides on bowls and wide bases on utensils are perfect for little hands discovering how to feed themselves. Bonus: They’re good for the environment. Airy Cotton BabbaCover Car seat covers for newbies too young to sunscreen and parents who don’t stay inside all day. SPF and UV 50+ in the fabric keep harmful rays at bay but let summer breezes flow through.