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Prints In Action

 
prints in action

Pajamas For Peace believes in promoting a message of peace and kindness. We do this by partnering up with organizations that are in line with our mission. Whether it's bringing awareness, providing resources, or monetary donations, Prints In Action is our way to bring change to the world and encourage others to shop mindfully.

plant a tree

Trim a Tree - Plant a Tree

Tis the season! In addition to our Buy One, Give One program, we're donating a portion of proceeds from every "Trim-a-Tree, Plant-a-Tree" pajama sold to AmericanForests.org and their Plant Trees initiative. For every dollar donated, a tree will be planted in a priority threatened forest. This 2020 Holiday season we were able to plant 100 trees, all thanks to your help!

scattered hearts

We ❤ One! Our latest style to join the Pajamas for Peace Prints in Action capsule is "Scattered Hearts. " In addition to our ongoing Buy One, Give One, Empower One program, a portion of all sales of this pajama print will be donated to the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women foundation, empowering women about heart health.

hello spring

Give back to the planet with Pajamas for Peace this spring. In honor of Earth Day, throughout the months of March, April and May, a portion of sales of our Save the Earth pajamas was donated to the Nature Conservancy. Thank you for joining us in making the world a greener, safer, healthier place!

Peace&love

Pajamas for Peace firmly believes in a world where ALL children are safe and at peace. We believe in honoring your truest self and champion acceptance, inclusion and allyship. To further support LGBTQ+ youth, we will donate 10% of our June proceeds from our Peace and Love pajamas to the Trevor Project. Your support helps us support youth around the world.

scattered hearts

Zen Turtles

Help us bring peace and harmony back to the planet and save the sea turtles with our Zen Turtles pajamas! For every pair of Zen Turtle pajamas sold in August, we'll be donating a portion of proceeds to the Loggerhead Marinelife Center .