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Participate in PJ Day and Support Denver's Road Home!

In you workplace, with your favorite organization, or at your school -- you can don your jammies and help put homelessness to bed!

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"Why PJ Day?"

Jan Lucas, Regional Vice President for Sage Hospitality, tells the story of PJ Day.  "The 1st PJ Party was to celebrate the Residence Inn Denver City Center's opening.  As we opened this beautiful hotel where many travelers come for their "home away from home" we were reminded that many people don't have a home. It is important to assist those in our community that need help to find a home, a job, any help we can offer to get them back on their feet.  We are proud to be planning our 10th Annual PJ Day as we continue to support those most in need."  Thanks to Jan and everyone at Sage Hospitality!

PJ Day is a community effort!

PJ Day is coordinated by a collaboration of public, profit and nonprofit professionals dedicated to the fight to end homelessness one person and one family at a time.   Why do they do it?  See below...

Annie Harmon

Harmony Design handles all of our PJ Day graphic and design needs. Why does Annie, Chief Creative Officer, offer her talents and those of her team to PJ Day? "Being the creative resource amidst a team of driven leaders in our community is a privilege and honor! PJ Day encompasses a fun twist on our serious commitment to end homelessness in Denver. The 10th Annual PJ Day will knock the socks off our goals and we will continue to bring a creative and fun brand to all parts of this amazing cause."

Stephanie Ricker

Stephanie is new to our PJ Day team. As Client Services Director for Zim Consulting, she supports fundraising for Denver's Road Home. Stephanie says "I am so excited to be a part of planning PJ Day! Who doesn’t love a night out in slippers while helping members of our community that need it most."  Thank you Stephanie!

Jamie Bradley

Jamie, former Marketing and Communications Manager for Denver Human Services and now stellar volunteer, believes “We can all do something to make this world a better place. PJ Day is a fun and easy way for everyone in our community to help the homeless. As we look towards the 10th Annual PJ Day, my hope is to see 110,000 people wearing fun, quirky pajamas, robes and slippers to work and school in support of putting homelessness to bed.”

Lee Payne

Lee , Vice President of Client Services, has supported Denver's Road Home since before it had a name.  Why does he think PJ Day matters?  "My favorite thing about PJ Day for Denver's Road Home is that it occurs annually. This gives partners and supporters a special stage to reflect on and recognize the contribution of everyone involved, as well as celebrate accomplishments to invigorate the community and fundraising efforts so the good work can continue into the new year."

Alexxa Gagner

Alexxa is Director of Public Relations for the Denver Rescue Mission.  She has been on our sterring committee for five years, helping promote PJ Day.  Alexxa says "Participating in the planning of PJ Day isn’t just about this one day in February when we rally around the important cause of homelessness in our community. All year we are collaborating for change in our community. It’s about each individual who receives help through Denver’s Road Home to get out of extremely difficult situations."

Jennifer Hallam

Jennifer, Senior Operations Manager at BKD, LLC, has worked tirelessly for the cause from its inception.  Jennifer coordinates school participation, setting at record in 2014 with 85 schools participating! Jennifer's favorite part of PJ Day? “Dropping my kids off at their school and seeing the droves of students showing up in their PJs is definitely one of the highlights of my year!”




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