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Did you know that you could make a difference by wearing your pyjamas?
Friday 22 July 2016 is National Pyjama Day and it’s all about wearing your best bedtime attire and helping kids in foster care. The event aims to help The Pyjama Foundation raise indispensable awareness and funds for children in care, and your Nambour dentist at Smiles Nambour is pleased to share this wonderful event with you.
Earlier this month, a Nambour Hair Salon organised fundraiser and the Sunshine Coast Mayor is among the group of locals who have put on their bedtime attire to raise money for children in foster care. The hairdressers ditched their scissors for a morning curled up in bed.
With the help of the Pyjama Foundation, children in foster care are given the opportunity to change the direction of life through:
- Life Skills
The Pyjama Angels who serve as the kids’ mentors and constant friends provide children a chance to find their wings and achieve their life potential in spite of a fragile beginning.
Donate or Be A Volunteer
The money raised from National Pyjama Day will be used for providing learning skills to over 1000 children as well as fund educational resources and offer stable, positive relationships. The Pyjama Foundation also gives everyone an opportunity to be one of their Pyjama Angels or meet their Pyjama Angels. By being a volunteer or by donating, you can transform the lives of children who need your love and support.
Smiles Nambour supports this great event and we invite you to gather around your family and friends and be part of Australia’s grandest PJ Party. By making a donation and by wearing your favourite pyjamas, you can make a difference in a foster child’s life.
For more information about the National Pyjama Day and The Pyjama Foundation, go to http://www.thepyjamafoundation.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/pyjamafoundation/