Pajamas for Good: Janie & Jack Donates a Book for Every PJ Set Sold

The give-back initiative is part of the brand’s ongoing support of children’s literacy and education.
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September 8, 2022
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In honor of World Literacy Day (Sept. 8), Janie and Jack has officially launched their Pajamas for Good program. Now through the end of September, every time you purchase a pajama set from the Good Night by Janie and Jack Collection, the brand will donate one book to the nonprofit Room to Read.

The Good Night by Janie and Jack Collection is the latest venture by the celeb-favorite children’s clothing brand. The 100 percent cotton PJs are available in sizes newborn up to 12 years and come in various styles like long and short sleeve or footed. Kids and parents alike will love the comfy and colorful looks featuring classic prints like leopard and floral, along with a wide variety of fun seasonal prints perfect for fall and Halloween.

Pajamas for Good isn’t Janie and Jack’s first foray into giving back, though. The beloved brand has an ongoing commitment to teaching children about kindness and unity while instilling a love of reading. Parents can browse inclusive children’s books on Janie and Jack’s online library and find cute celebrity read-alongs on the company’s Instagram page. The GoodBooks video series features notable names like actress Gabrielle Union-Wade and her daughter, author Meena Harris and fashion influencer Eva Chen reading some of their favorite children’s books.

You can support Janie and Jack’s commitment to children’s literacy by shopping The Good Night by Janie and Jack Collection or by donating directly to Room to Read in-store and online at

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