Goddard School participates in “Pajama Program”

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PARSIPPANY — For the past two weeks, preschoolers at the Goddard School have collected over 1000 of pajamas – surpassing their initial goal of 900 pajamas! The students at the Parsippany Goddard School collected over 40 pajamas.

The pint-sized preschoolers’ pajama drive is in partnership with Pajama Program, who believes every child deserves to change into cozy, clean pajamas before bedtime.

The Goddard School is located at 311 Smith Road.

At Pajama Program, they know that this doesn’t have to be their story. They know that they can do something that not only validates their worth and shows them love, but that also transforms their nights and their days. By offering the magical gifts of pajamas and books, they bring a caring bedtime ritual into their lives. Changing out of their clothes and into warm, cozy pajamas lets them shed the stresses of their day, trading them for feelings of warmth and hope. With enchanting stories, their imaginations are opened, helping them to dream again. These unconditional gifts fill them with love and a feeling of being cared for, transitioning them to bedtime and delivering a good night — preparing them for a good day that leads to a better life.

For more information on the Pajama Program click here.

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