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About National Pyjama Day

National Pyjama Day is all about wearing your favourite pyjamas to work or school (and everywhere in-between!) to help raise funds and awareness for children in foster care.

 

This year, National Pyjama Day falls on July 23rd 2021 but you are welcome to host your day anytime throughout July-September.

The aim of of the day is to raise as much funds as possible for The Pyjama Foundation's Love of Learning Program which is offered to children in foster care - Australia's lowest performing educational group.

 

When you register your organisation for Pyjama Day, you will receive a FREE host kit - including: posters, balloons, bunting, stickers and so much more! It doesn't cost a cent to register; we just ask that all organisations raise funds (every cent counts!)

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For over 10 years supporters have donned their PJ's on National Pyjama Day, rallying behind the same cause - encouraging children in foster care to achieve their dreams.

 
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About The Pyjama Foundation

The Pyjama Foundation was founded in 2004 to give children in foster care the opportunity to change the direction of their lives with learning, life skills, and confidence.

 

Alarmed at the statistics highlighting poor literacy and numeracy levels of children in care, and how this contributes to a lifetime of disadvantage, founder Bronwyn Sheehan made the decision to offer hope and a more positive outlook for these children.

 

Through a simple program known as the Love of Learning Program, volunteers called Pyjama Angels are matched with a child in care, and spend just one hour a week focusing on learning based activities.

 

The Love of Learning Program

The Pyjama Foundation was founded in 2004 to give children in foster care the opportunity to change the direction of their lives with learning, life skills, and confidence.

 

Alarmed at the statistics highlighting poor literacy and numeracy levels of children in care, and how this contributes to a lifetime of disadvantage, founder Bronwyn Sheehan made the decision to offer hope and a more positive outlook for these children.

 

Through a simple program known as the Love of Learning Program, volunteers called Pyjama Angels are matched with a child in care, and spend just one hour a week focusing on learning based activities.

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