With all the excitement about shopping and making the holidays as festive as possible for our own families, it's easy to forget that not everyone is as fortunate as we are to have all the basic necessities both for ourselves and for our children. If we just stop and take a moment, though, we realize that the reality is otherwise.
That's why I'm pleased to share Carter's will be giving one of America's fave jammies plus new books to kids in need for every children's pajama set purchased online or at one of their 650+ retail stores on Giving Tuesday, November 29th (up to 100,000 pajamas). This year's campaign aims to surpass $2 million worth of PJ donations to help keep as many kids cozy as possible this winter, many of whom are waiting to be adopted, some who are living with their own families below the poverty level while still other youngsters are enduring various other unpleasant circumstances.
Remember, this Giving Tuesday offer is good only on 11/29/16. So, to participate do your shopping at Carter's on that date to benefit needy children at no extra cost to you.
About Giving Tuesday
Giving Tuesday was launched in 2012 as a way to encourage consumers to support charitable giving on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. In 2015, more than 700,000 consumer participating in this one day opportunity to give back, raising $116+ million for a range of good causes. Carter's is proud to be participating in this socially-responsible movement for the seventh year in a row.
Carter's is the largest branded retailer for babies and kids in the U.S. and Canada. The Company owns the Carter's and OshKosh B'gosh brands. With nearly 900 pajama styles, including 1-piece, 2-piece, 4-piece and gown options in cotton, flannel and fleece in sizes newborn to 12 years old, parents and others will find the PJs just right for little ones on your holiday gift lists.
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