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The 10th Annual Great Bedtime StoryPajama Drive
Pajamas Collected
in 2018!

Since 2009, classrooms nationwide have collected and donated over 730,000 pajamas to at-risk children through Pajama Program, and Scholastic Book Clubs has more than matched that number by donating over one million books.

This year, we are starting early. Our goal is to donate an additional 100,000 pajamas and match them with 100,000 brand-new books!

How Your Class Can Donate Pajamas
  1. Encourage families to donate brand-new pajamas with this parent letter (also available in Spanish).

  2. Collect pajamas and submit the online donation form by Friday, December 14, 2018*. For early reporting, click here.

  3. Within ten days of submitting your online donation form, you will receive an email from the Pajama Program chapter president in your area with instructions on where to deliver your collected pajamas to a community partner near you.

  4. Print a congratulations certificate for your class!

  5. Need help? Read our FAQs.

A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Pajamas!

Teachers: share your pajama drive photos on social and tag us! #ScholasticBookClubs

Scholastic Book Clubs will donate 100,000 brand-new books to Pajama Program** at the end of this campaign, helping to give children a warmer good night.
Here’s What
We Need
  • Brand-new pajamas in all sizes, from newborn to adult.
  • Pajamas must be complete sets—a top and bottom or an appropriate nightgown.
  • Pajamas for all seasons, but especially for the winter months.
About Pajama Program
Pajama Program, a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, promotes and supports a comforting bedtime routine for children affected by instability to help them thrive. Pajama Program was founded in 2001 and has delivered more than 6 million good nights for good days. Through its work with its 4,000 community partners, which are community-based organizations across the country that serve children from birth through 18 years, Pajama Program endeavors to create a world where good nights are good days for all children, everywhere.
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