Our dancers and teachers will all be wearing their favourite PJs to dance class from 24 – 30 July to raise funds for National Pyjama Day (23 July).
We believe every child should have the support to learn and be confident, no matter what their background is.
At Gumnut Dance, we encourage children to accept and have empathy and kindness for others and this is a wonderful way for our dancers to help other children.
Please wear your favourite PJs to dance class and donate to support The National Pyjama Foundation’s Love of Learning program and their Pyjama Angels.
You can click on the link in our bio to donate and/or bring a gold coin donation to class from 24-30 July!
The Pyjama Foundation provides children in foster care the opportunity to change the direction of their lives with learning, life skills and confidence. Through the Love of Learning program, volunteers called ‘Pyjama Angels’ are recruited, screened, trained and then matched with a child in care and spend time with them once a week, focusing on learning-based activities. Pyjama Angels read books aloud with their child, play educational games and help children with their homework. Most importantly, the volunteers give foster children a chance to reach their life potential, despite a fragile start. Children in care have the lowest education outcomes nationally. By improving their learning skills, The Pyjama Foundation is making a positive, life-long impact.
Not part of Gumnut Dance? We encourage you to wear your favourite PJs on Friday 23 July and either run your own fundraiser, or support our fundraiser. Either way, you’ll be joining the #PyjamaDay2021 challenge and supporting little people with big dreams!
Thank you so much for your support.