Take the SLEEP IN Challenge

Take the SLEEP IN Challenge!

On the weekend of March 13 – 15, 2020, Project Sleep invites you to join the sixth annual international Sleep In (#SleepIn2020) to raise awareness about sleep health and sleep disorders during National Sleep Awareness Week. Challenge yourself to stay in bed for 12 – 48 hours and invite your friends and family to join you OR sponsor your Sleep In to benefit Project Sleep. Register here.

Sleep In 2020 Schedule of Events

  • Sleep In Decorating Party w/ Cienna and Julie on Instagram Live – Friday 3/13 at 8pm ET
  • Insta-Tuck In – Say Goodnight via Instagram – Friday 3/13 as you go to bed
  • Virtual Pajama Parade on Instagram – Saturday 3/14 in the morning
  • Julie’s Interview with Dr. Michael Grandner via Facebook Live – Saturday 3/14 at 12noon ET
  • Sleep, Society & Stigma Panel Discussion on Facebook Live – Saturday 3/14 at 8pm ET
  • Brunch with CPAP Babes on Instagram Live – Sunday 3/15 at 1pm ET
  • Sleep In Slumber Party with DJ Fe on Twitch – Sunday 3/15 at 8pm ET

Why Participate?

Sleep is the misunderstood and often-overlooked pillar of health. Whether you are sleepy teen, person with a sleep or circadian condition, supporter, sleep professional or sleep enthusiast, your SLEEP IN matters. Use your voice, and bed, to shine light on the night.

Take the Challenge!
Make Peace with Sleep

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Make posters, invite friends and the local media to visit, build a fort, post photos (#SleepIn2020 @Project_Sleep), join our social media events, take a nap, do yoga, catch up on reality TV, read a book. Take another nap. Rest, relax and have fun.

Project Sleep will be in bed all weekend, flooding social media and connecting with participants around the world.

Sleep In News:

Sleep In 2020 Makes Peace with Sleep

Project Sleep’s Sleep In 2020 (#SleepIn2020) was a shining example of how the sleep community stands together while apart. The sixth annual Sleep In event took place from March 13-15, 2020. Individuals participating in the Sleep In were challenged to stay in bed between 12-48 hours to raise awareness for sleep disorders and sleep health…

You’re Invited! Sleep In 2020 is Coming to Your Bedroom

Calling All Sleep Advocates! Please join us for the international Sleep In 2020 (#SleepIn2020) over the weekend of March 13-15, 2020, to raise awareness about sleep and sleep disorders during Sleep Awareness Week (March 8-14). Our sixth annual Sleep In 2020 is an awareness and fundraising event taking place IN YOUR BED! We challenge YOU to stay in bed…

Sleep In 2019: Record-Setting Slumber Party!

THANK YOU to all our participants and supporters who helped make the fifth annual Sleep In 2019 (#SleepIn2019) our best yet! Over the weekend of March 8-10, 2019, Project Sleep challenged individuals to stay in bed for 12-48 hours to raise critical awareness about sleep health and sleep disorders while also raising funds to support Project…

Get Your Exclusive #SleepIn2019 Napper!

“I hope that the Napper can serve as a hug and a reminder to someone that they are not alone, that rest is healing, and that there’s a community of people who care about them.” – Brooke of The Nap Nook We collaborated w/ the Nap Nook to create an exclusive custom #sleepin2019 Napper, a few are now…

You’re Invited! #SleepIn2019 with Project Sleep

Please join us for the international Sleep In 2019 (#SleepIn2019) over the weekend of March 8-10, 2019, to raise awareness about sleep and sleep disorders in celebration of Suddenly Sleepy Saturday/Narcolepsy Day (March 9) and Sleep Awareness Week (March 10-16). Our fifth annual Sleep In 2019 is an awareness and fundraising event taking place IN YOUR BED! We challenge YOU to stay in bed for 12 – 48…

Sleep In 2018 Sparks Courage and Connection

On March 9-11, 2018, Project Sleep’s Sleep In 2018 rallied individuals around the world to make peace with sleep. This fourth annual event challenged individuals to stay in bed for 12-48 hours while raising awareness (#SleepIn2018) and critical funding for Project Sleep during Sleep Awareness Week. STARS ALIGN WORLDWIDE: 77 Individuals and 16 Teams registered for…

Meet DJ Fe: Taking Back Control and Finding Meaning with Narcolepsy

While we’ll be dancing with DJ Fe spinning music this Sunday during the Sleep In 2018‘s grand finale REM Dance Party, we wanted to share a bit more about the amazing person behind the rad tunes! DJ Fe has overcome incredible adversity from her military career to living with narcolepsy and becoming one of the hottest DJs out of…

Your Invitation to Sleep In 2018 for Sleep Awareness Week!

  YOU’RE INVITED! Project Sleep is thrilled to launch the fourth annual Sleep In 2018 (#SleepIn2018) to raise awareness of sleep health and sleep conditions during Sleep Awareness Week. Over the weekend of March 9-11, 2018, we challenge you to stay in bed for 12 – 48 hours and invite your friends and family to join you or support your Sleep In. Sleep is the misunderstood and often-overlooked pillar of health. Whether you…

Sleep In 2017 Shines Light on the Night

  Sleep is an overlooked pillar of health and sleepiness is often confused with laziness. This is why on March 10-12, 2017, Project Sleep’s Sleep In 2017 rallied individuals around the world to make peace with sleep. This third annual event challenged individuals to stay in bed for 12-48 hours over the weekend while raising awareness…

Re-Cap: SLEEP IN 2016 Superstars Unite Worldwide!

On March 11-13, people and pets around the world took to their beds for SLEEP IN 2016 (#SLEEPIN2016). Participants spent a remarkable 2,017 hours in bed collectively to make peace with sleep! Our second annual SLEEP IN brought together 92 participants from 10 countries (including Australia, Antigua and Barbuda, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, the Philippines, South Africa and Sweden)…

1 Comment.

  • My granddaughter has narcolepsy and I am pleased to help in any way I can. I will send this to some friends and see if I can create interest. Good luck with your fund raising effort and public education.

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