KIP. Sleepwear is working with the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario to provide a pair of pajamas to every child that enters cancer care in the province. Approximately 500 children will be in cancer care in Ontario this year. We want to ensure their treatment and recovery is as comfortable as possible.
KIP. founder Natalie Marshall dreamed of recreating her favourite childhood pajamas and sharing that comfort, quality and aesthetic with customers. Every piece from KIP. has been thoughtfully considered and encourages the wearer to treat themselves to comfort and a better night’s sleep.
POGO (Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario) aims to make a meaningful difference in the lives of children with cancer and their families by providing equitable access to the best possible care, ensuring that children across Ontario have the greatest prospects of survival and an optimal quality of life.
KIP. for Kids pajamas have been sympathetically-designed with input from children currently in cancer care and aftercare nurses at Sick Kids hospital in Toronto. Their feedback helped us understand the specific needs of these patients and how we could help them get the great night’s sleep they so deserve.
In addition to making sure the pajamas were well suited for wear during cancer care, we also polled patients in cancer care for their opinions on which fabric swatches were the softest, what colours and patterns they liked best and fun ways to personalize their pair. The result is a pair of pajamas crafted for the needs and wants of the wearer.
Your donation will allow us to ensure that every child entering cancer care in Ontario receives a gift bag that includes a set of KIP. for Kids pajamas. For every $50 donated, one gift bag will be given. Join us in giving the gift of comfort.