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RAISING FUNDS, AWARENESS AND HOPE!
PJ Day for the Kids
Friday, December 14, 2018*
Pitch Packet Download - To get your school, neighboring schools or businesses involved, download and share the PJ Day Pitch Packet!
Since 2011, thousands of children in Connecticut have worn their pajamas to school in support of pediatric patients at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. To date, more than $375,000 has been raised for the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. Every year, PJ Day for the Kids inspires more and more school children and business leaders to become involved. Together we are making a difference!
Your collective statewide support has made a tremendous impact on our Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. From new, safer, life-saving treatments and individual, targeted, genetic therapies to financial and emotional support for the entire family, your donations to PJ Day for the Kids are making a difference for the children we serve.
Thank you for raising funds, awareness and hope for these brave kids!
Give $1 or More — Wear PJs — Support Kids with Cancer
PJ Day for the Kids is an opportunity for students and business partners across the state to show support for patients at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. Over the last 7 years, participants have worn PJ’s in honor of children at the hospital who must wear their PJ’s for extended periods of time while fighting cancer or other serious illnesses.
Final donations and checks made out to Connecticut Children's Medical Center Foundation are to be mailed to (please do not mail cash): PJ Day for the Kids, Connecticut Children's Medical Center Foundation, 282 Washington Street, Hartford, CT 06106
*Schedule PJ Day on a day that works best for your school or business calendar. If you are not able to join us on December 14, be a part of the day by announcing your intention to hold PJ Day on the date of your choosing, or announce the amount you have raised if you held a PJ Day prior to December 14!