Dear Pajamas for Peace Community,
First and foremost, we hope you and your loved ones are healthy. As a company, the safety and well-being of your family and our family are our top priorities. Like you, we are actively monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. In these troubling times, we will continue to serve you in the safest manner possible and take all actions necessary to protect your family and our employees.
How we are protecting you and your family:
We are following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines, along with the World Health Organization (WHO), and will continue to follow their recommended protocols. Our warehouse is being cleaned and sanitized daily. Products are handled by employees educated in the most updated safety procedures.
How we are protecting our employees and their families:
We are frequently updating our employees with information to help keep them and their families healthy. Pajamas for Peace was one of the first companies to transition working remotely. Our employees are able to take the time off needed, if need be, for their recuperation or for their loved ones.
We know these are uncharted waters, but the best way to weather the storm is together with our loved ones. As Mother Teresa once said, “Love begins by taking care of the closest ones - the ones at home.”
See a need, fill a need. Pajamas for Peace has partnered up with Hofstra's Zucker School of Medicine to help produce homemade masks. ZuckerSOM students sewed homemade masks for distribution in the Hempstead and Uniondale school districts to essential workers, such as food service personnel as well as child care workers. Our materials donation helped create 420 masks and counting!
And we continue to give! Pajamas for Peace has partnered up with the Institute for Community Living - Two Bridges Women's Shelter and donated 50 masks to women in homeless shelters. ICL also helps people address emotional, mental health and developmental disabilities challenges. We are proud to provide some of the resources they need to transition into safe, secured and supportive housing.