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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Residents of Fort St. John are once again being encouraged to donate new pyjamas to the fourth and final Christmas Pyjama Drive, which is happening now.

The pyjama drive collects PJ’s for kids aged 0-16, and are provided to the Women’s Resource Centre, Salvation Army, and Community Bridge among other local charitable organizations to deliver the ‘jammies to kids in need.

This year, PJs can be donated at:

  • Unforgettable Memories/The Canadian Grind
  • Baked pastry and bake shop
  • Whole Wheat and Honey Cafe
  • Fort Bowling Lanes
  • The Hub Market
  • FSJ Indoor Soccer Pitch
  • Browns Social House
  • The London Bull
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Both Browns and The London Bull will be hosting a PJ day on December 4th, offering 50 % off customers’ bills with every PJ donation.

The pyjama drive goes until December 9th.

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