9th Annual PJ Day
For most of us, putting on pajamas before heading to bed is just another part of our daily routine. But for the thousands of people who are homeless throughout Denver, getting comfortable before bedtime - let alone finding a warm place to sleep - is simply not an option.
PJ Day serves as a visible reminder that everyone needs a place to sleep tonight, and wearing our pajamas to work or school on February 6, 2014 was a memorable way for us to share this message with the Denver community.
The following drawing was created by a local child whose school has participated in PJ Day. Below that is a photo essay introducing several of the region's homeless individuals, whose stories may surprise you.
What home means to me
Mia, 1st Grade