Join the ultimate seasonal pyjama party in Langford

Browns Socialhouse is gathering PJs on Sunday for charity donation

West Shore residents are being asked to donate a pair of pyjamas this Sunday (Dec. 6) to help make sure children in our community have a new pair to wear to bed on Christmas Eve.

Browns Socialhouse at 783 Goldstream Ave. is hosting its annual pyjama collection this weekend and for those who donate, the restaurant will take 50 per cent off your food bill that day. Staff will even be getting in the spirit by dressing up in onesies.

Last year clients at the Langford Browns donated 200 pairs of sleepers and this year, staff hope to up the ante by collecting 250 pairs for children in need. All sizes will be gratefully accepted, from newborns up to teenagers.

All the donated sleepwear will be passed along to the West Shore Family Services Centre and divided up among families in need, so all of the children will have them in time for Santa’s arrival.

katie@goldstream gazette.com

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