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Panda puts on pjs for Foundation supporting kids

23 July 2019

Staff from Logan Hospital’s Panda Child Protection Unit have thrown on their pjs for a great cause in the lead up to this year’s Child Protection Week.

Child Protection Liaison Officer Julie Heath said the Panda Unit was collecting books for  The Pyjama Foundation that supported children living in foster care.

She said the Foundation empowered children through education and urged everyone across the facility to donate a book.

“You can donate new or near new novels, activity books and science experiment packs directly to the Panda Unit.

“These resources will be provided to children on their birthdays and will help to engage them in learning.”

Last updated 23 July 2019
Last reviewed 23 July 2019

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