All About My Program

Many hospitalized children aren’t able to sleep in fresh and cozy pajamas each night, because of illness or injury. Having been to the hospital multiple times because of my asthma, I know how scary it can be, especially when you don't feel well and don't have your warm and cozy pajamas. I created my Good Night Sleep Tight PJ Program because I wanted to make sure that children could feel calm and relaxed even when they are sick or not at home in their own bed.

The Good Night Sleep Tight PJ Program is something that is very important to me, because I worked really hard to create it. I didn’t just stop with an idea! I decided to make my idea real and take action! I spent a lot of time talking and brainstorming with my mom about my program. Coming up with a program name was our first step. Picking the name was super easy for me because “Good Night Sleep Tight” is something that my family says each and every night before bed. After picking a program name, I worked with my mom to create and design my own logo and tag for each pajama donated. Not only do I provide children with new pajamas, but I have been trying to expand my program by including a new book or bed time story and a cozy blanket for each child to keep. Who doesn’t like to snuggle up in pajamas with a blanket and a good book to read??

PJ-Grams are something I am really excited about. I make baskets filled with snacks, small activities (like coloring books and crosswords) and of course, new pjs. These baskets can be sent to friends and family that need a little something to make them smile.

Use your crown to do good things...

and always stay humble and kind!

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Our Travels......

Over the course of the last several year, I have worked really hard to establish and build my organization. I am proud to say that we have accomplished the following:

-Serviced children in 26 states
-Personally traveled over 26,000 miles delivering pjs
-Donated over 1,400 pajamas


-Yale/New Haven Children's Hospital

-UCONN Medical Center (NICU)

-Woodbridge Child Center

-Beth-El Shelter of Milford

-Woodbridge Human Services-yearly

-New Reach of New Haven

-Center for Family Justice-Bridgeport

-Covenant to Care (Malta House)-Norwalk

New York

Long Island: Lakeview House, Smiling Hearts Housing Inc., the Devon House, Randall House and Mercy Medical Center

Ostego: Opportunities for Ostego

Hyannis, Massachusetts

House in Hyannis

Middletown, Rhode Island

Lucy's Hearth

Las Vegas, Nevada

The Help of Southern Nevada Shelter

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Toby Keith Foundation and OK Kids Korral

Phoenix, Arizona

UMOM-New Day Center

Orlando, Florida

Orlando and Tampa area hospitals

Houston/Sugarland, Texas

Parks Youth Ranch-Sugarland

San Jose, California

Family Supportive Housing

Dover, New Hampshire

My Friend's Place

Waterville, Maine

Maine's Children Shelter for Little Wanderers.

Cartersville, Georgia

FBCS Shelter

Wahiawa, Hawaii

A pj gram was sent with love and get well wishes to one of my RIM sorority sisters. I am glad that I could brighten her day.

New Castle, Pennsylvania

Another pj gram out the door to a USA Ambassador sister needing some love.

Council Bluffs, Iowa

The Micah House

Greensboro, North Carolina

Children' Home Society of North Carolina


Day Spring Indy Homeless Shelter

Ukraine and Poland

As part of the Channel 3 "3 Cares for Ukraine" my pjs were packed and shipped over to Ukrainian refugees. I am really glad that I was able to help children that were so scared and forced to leave their home.


The Good Night Sleep Tight PJ Program partnered with braveEnough (a local Maryland charity) to donate pjs across the country. To assist with the project, shipments of pjs went to two of my sister queens in Nebraska.