Good Night Bill of Rights
How to Support Every Child’s Right to a Good Night
Pajama Program speaks for children who cannot sleep in peace at night.
he Good Night Bill of Rights was created to raise awareness, empowering adults to give children a good night. More than anything, we want children to self-actualize their dreams, and they cannot do it without our support. In order to dream of the future during the day, they must have the opportunity to dream at night.
Advocacy means taking responsibility by courageously speaking when someone’s voice might not be heard. As advocates, we are responsible for raising awareness and educating caregivers about what makes a good night for children. Our goal is to engage communities across the country to adopt these principles.
Discover more about the 5 principles we use to mobilize our efforts.
Join the Pajama Walk
This Fall , join Pajama Program at our second annual Pajama Walk. Last year, over 250 supporters walked across the Brooklyn Bridge to advocate for all children to have good nights. Click here to see a video and photos from last year’s event. >
Run With Us!
Run the NYC Marathon with Team Pajama Program, giving extra meaning to your miles by supporting our mission. With every step you run, you’re helping tuck a child into bed with the unconditional gift of a new pair of pajamas and a book.
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Make Mud Matter
This year, take on the Tough Mudder for FREE! Register as a Charity Partner, committing to raise funds for Pajama Program, and we will cover your registration costs.
PAJAMA PROGRAM LIFE
Pajama Program recognizes the support and commitment of our corporate, foundation, and community partners who share our goal of providing at-risk children with a comforting bedtime by giving them new pajamas and books.