Can you help? Project Pajamas, started 10+ years by Judge Ari Symons, needs your help. Over the years, over 10,000 PJs have been distributed throughout Santa Cruz County.
Through Project Pajamas, all kids needing sheltering in Santa Cruz County receive a NEW pair of PJs the first night they are in emergency sheltering. All sizes for girls and boys — infant to teenage — are needed.
How you can help:
Drop off new PJs from Oct 1-18, 2019 at:
Santa Cruz County Bank locations (e.g., across from Safeway in Aptos, CA ) or
at Twin Lakes Church (barrels are located at entrance to the church sanctuary). Robin is the admin contact person at TLC.
Come SAT., OCT 19, 2019 9 am-11 am to the Lobby of Twin Lakes Church in Aptos, CA. Help other volunteers sort, fold and ready for distribution of PJ’s which have been collected Fall 2019. You can sign up to help Project Pajamas at www.tlc.org/aok
Rotary Club Sunrise and Twin Lakes Church (Robin is the admin contact person) have been gathering PJs and publicizing. Many hands make light work.
Enjoy meeting other volunteers Sat. Oct. 19 and help bring comfort to kids needing sheltering in Santa Cruz County.
Started by Judge Ari Symons, over 10,000 PJ’s have been distributed since the program started. Wow!
Please help Project Pajamas to continue its mission: distributing brand new PJs to every child needing sheltering in Santa Cruz County. These kids, infant to age 18, need our love and support.
written by Cameron Jackson JAJ48@aol.com