Our Mission

Sleep Disorder Help and Aid - Our Mission

About Us

Project Sleep is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about sleep health, sleep equity, and sleep disorders.

Project Sleep’s Mission

Believing in the value of sleep, Project Sleep aims to improve public health by educating individuals about the importance of sleep health, sleep equity, and sleep disorders. Project Sleep educates and empowers individuals using events, campaigns, and programs to bring people together and talk about sleep as a pillar of health.





Project Sleep hosts events throughout the year to educate and empower the sleep community, and raise public awareness of sleep disorders. Explore our month-by-month calendar of community events and check out the annual Sleep In campaign and World Narcolepsy Day (#WorldNarcolepsyDay).

Project Sleep is passionate about educating decision-makers and advancing progress through public policy and advocacy efforts. By elevating the voices of individuals facing sleep-related issues and leveraging policy expertise, we are helping to improve outcomes for people across America.

The Narcolepsy Nerd Alert series invites fellow Narcolepsy Nerds to explore unique aspects of the narcolepsy experience, contemplate bold questions, and learn from each other. After each broadcast, we create a corresponding printable toolkit featuring participants’ insights.

The Rising Voices leadership program trains people with sleep disorders to effectively raise awareness through public speaking, serving the dual purposes of fostering a new generation of patient-advocates spreading awareness of sleep disorders while empowering participants.

Why Sleep Health, Sleep Equity and Sleep Disorders?

We believe in bridging the gaps between sleep health, sleep equity and sleep disorders. All are urgent public health issues facing our nation and must be addressed simultaneously. Learn more about sleep health, sleep equity, and sleep disorders.

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Project Sleep’s Latest News

World Narcolepsy Day 2023: Get Involved!

Just 3 weeks until the fifth annual World Narcolepsy Day on Sept. 22nd, 2023! This September, let’s raise our awareness to new heights. 7 Easy Ways to Get Involved: 1. Become an Ambassador Be a leader in raising awareness! Project Sleep’s World Narcolepsy Day Ambassadors participate in activities, raise funds, and spread the word about…
julie flygare, founder of Project Sleep holding up a sign for the 10 year anniversary.

10 Years of Dreaming BIG with Project Sleep!

We’ve reached a monumental milestone: a whole decade of sleep advocacy! We’re thrilled to take a moment to reflect on the amazing journey we’ve had, all thanks to your incredible support. Celebrate 10 years of Project Sleep with us today by making a ten-year anniversary gift. Make a Special GiftSince August of 2013, our mission…

Meet the 2023 Jack & Julie Narcolepsy Scholarship Recipients

As we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Jack & Julie Narcolepsy Scholarship, Project Sleep is honored to introduce the 35 recipients of the 2023 award. This is our largest group of scholarship recipients to date, each of whom will receive $1,000 toward their college education. In 10 years, the scholarship program has now awarded…

Welcoming Beverly Lang to Project Sleep’s Board of Directors!

In June 2023, Beverly Lang joined the Board of Directors of Project Sleep, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness of sleep health, sleep equity, and sleep conditions.  Beverly is a highly skilled and accomplished Sr. Partner Development Manager with Intuit. With over twenty years of experience in sales, leadership, and relationship management, she markets…

Project Sleep in IndiaNAPolis: SLEEP 2023

SLEEP 2023 and Hypersomnia Foundation’s 2023 #BeyondSleepy Conference From June 2-7, 2023, Project Sleep was in Indianapolis, IN for two separate conferences! From June 2-4, Project Sleep attended the Hypersomnia Foundation’s 2023 #BeyondSleepy Conference. This conference brought together people with idiopathic hypersomnia, narcolepsy, and Kleine-Levin Syndrome and their supporters. Project Sleep also attended and shared…
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