Any PJ Masks fan knows that pajamas are a powerful, magical tool for children. That's why PJ Masks Live! Time to Be a Hero will collect pajamas for Pajama Program at all shows across the country.
The show is asking audiences to bring a pair of new pajamas for children (infant through age 18) to its Wharton Center show on Tuesday, October 3. Pajama Program will share these gifts with the children they serve, to support every child's right to a good night for a good day.
"We are happy to be supporting Pajama Program and its children. Every child should own a pair of new pajamas to comfort them and make them feel special," says Stephen Shaw, CEO of Round Room Presents and Producer for the live tour. "This is a cause that is very dear to all of our hearts at PJ Masks Live! We know how powerful and exceptional a pair of pajamas can be to a child."
Pajama Program is a national nonprofit organization which supports every child's right to a good night for a good day by sharing gift of new pajamas and books with the at-risk children and teens it supports.
"Pajama Program believes that every child has the right to a good night and that includes owning a pair of comforting, warm pajamas. Pajamas are a powerful good night tool and important for establishing a bedtime routine for children so that they can experience a peaceful night's sleep which in turn leads to a better day," explains Jamie Dyce, Pajama Program's Executive Director. "We are incredibly grateful fo rthe support of real-life heroes who support Pajama Program's mission like the PJ Masks Live! team, and audiences."
SOURCE: PRESS RELEASE