(Note to readers: I was compensated for sharing the information in this post, but I requested that the compensation be donated back toward the purchase of pajamas for those in need. As always, my opinion remains my own.)
My kids want video games, car speakers, and new boots for Christmas, and would roll their eyes if the gift they opened that morning was a pair of pajamas, but that is exactly what many children around in Atlanta need right now.
That’s right. PJs.
That’s why I’m working with Carter’s Babies and Kids Pajama Program “One Million Good Nights”.
You can find pajama donation bins set up in all of the Carter’s stores throughout Atlanta, designed for collecting pj’s for Atlanta children in need this winter.
Many of these children served by the Pajama Program have been abused, abandoned or neglected and live in group homes, shelters or temporary housing without adequate heat.
Yes, many children have toys on their wish list, but the children really need warm pajamas most.
Don’t you think you could add one pair of pj’s to your shopping list this year, bought with one of these precious children in mind?
The goal is to donate 100,000 pairs of pajamas to children in need by December 31st.
This is the fifth year of the campaign with Carter’s.
For more information, visit this link.