November 4, 2016 – Nevada County Child Protective Services would like to send a heartfelt thank-you to The Pajama Program – Bay Area Chapter – for a recent delivery of 110 new pairs of pajamas, as well as, approximately 90 books for our children in foster care. The Pajama Program provides new pajamas and books to children in need nationwide, many of whom are waiting to be adopted. The Pajama Program was founded in 2001 and serves children throughout the United States with 60 Chapters in 33 States. Thousands of pajamas and books are donated and delivered to agencies who serve children in need in an effort to give them comfort, care and acknowledgement. The pajamas and books have come to represent people who care and want children in the foster care system to know they are loved as well. You can learn more about the Pajama Program here at their website.
Nevada County Child Protective Service is incredibly thankful and proud to be associated with such an important service organization. For more information about The Pajama Program impact in Nevada County, please contact Nevada County Child Protective Services Program Manager Nicholas Ready at (530) 265-1654 or firstname.lastname@example.org.