Nine-year-old Dom from London has inspired many with his Christmas mission to help children of domestic abuse victims. Dom would like to ensure every child feels safe and warm, not just for Christmas, but all the time.
When Dom heard that each year many children, for many different reasons, have to leave their homes with no toys, books or clothes, this did not sit well with the young man. The nine-year-old wanted to make sure that children living away from home and in a ‘scary’ situation had a present to open on Christmas day and felt warm and cosy in their new pyjama’s.
Dom is collecting Pj’s and books for children who will be spending Christmas in refuges and hostels this Christmas and will be away from their families. If you would like to find out how you can donate to Dom’s Pyjama’s scroll down….
The nine-year-old is really fortunate that his school ‘La Fontaine Academy’ have been really helpful and allowed Dom to store the items.
The campaign has featured in newspapers and magazines such as ‘The Week Junior’ and blogs which have all helped to raise awareness of his campaign.
This year Dom wants to make this his biggest year to date and reach out to as many children as he can.
If you would like to make donations to Dom’s Pyjama’s, please send to Dom’s Pyjamas, La Fontaine Academy, Nightingale Lane, Bromley, BR1 2SQ 2SQ.
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