Pajama Program Donates PJS To Kids At BFL Domestic Violence Programs

January 27, 2017 Scott Hess Current Events, Domestic Violence, Our Stories, Shelter 0 Comments

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The Pajama Program donated over 50 pairs of pajamas to the kids living at Barrier Free Living’s domestic violence programs this winter.

The Pajama Program sets a goal for “every child to feel the love and comfort that lets them escape into peaceful sleep, and to awaken empowered with the energy and resilience that can change every one of their days for the better. We accomplish this with the rather magical gifts of pajamas and books, ordinary objects that transform bedtime into a ritual of love, warmth, imagination and fun.”

The child care department at Barrier Free Living Apartments, which provides homes to survivors of domestic violence and their families, held a PJ Day, to celebrate the donation. In photo above: Sheliz Mendez, BFL Apartments child care.

 

 

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