You can help kids at Norton Children's Cancer Institute by accepting the PJ Day Challenge.
For kids fighting cancer, there is a lot of time spent at at Norton Children's Hospital, especially in time in their PJs, so what better way to show solidarity than to wear your PJs, too!
Arrange a day when your classmates, co-workers, friends or family can wear their PJs all day in exchange for a suggested $1 to $5 donation. Collect donations on your personal online fundraising page. Start teams for different classes or departments at your school or work and have a friendly competition!
Don't forget to post a photo of everyone in their PJs with your total raised and #GoGoldForNortonChildrens!
Pediatric cancer is the leading cause of death by disease in U.S. children under age 19. In 2019, approximately 110 children received new cancer diagnoses at Norton Children's Cancer Institute and more than 200 received treatment.
You can help by making sure these children receive the care and support services they need regardless of their family's ability to pay.