Pajamas and Pancakes

PAJAMAS AND PANCAKES FAQs​
What is Pajamas and Pancakes?
Pajamas and Pancakes is a fun and exciting do-it-yourself fundraising event in support of the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario (POGO). It is an opportunity to wear your favourite pjs, bust out the maple syrup and enjoy time with friends, family or co-workers all while raising funds for kids with cancer.

Why should I host a Pajamas and Pancakes event?
Right now, there are 4,000 kids battling cancer in Ontario. By hosting a Pajamas and Pancakes event you are raising funds that will directly help kids fighting cancer and their families. It’s the coziest way to champion kids’ cancer care!

What type of event should I host?
•    Birthday slumber party
•    Pancake breakfast
•    Pajamas and popcorn movie night
•    Pancake and mimosa brunch
•    Workplace dress-down/PJ day
•    And more…the possibilities are endless!

What do I need to register for Pajamas and Pancakes?

All you need to get started is a valid e-mail address, a physical address and phone number. It’s that easy!

How do I get started with my Pajamas and Pancakes event?
Click on “Register” from anywhere on pjsandpancakes.com. Follow the easy, step-by-step registration process to create your own page. Don't fret, as your own personal fundraising coach will be in touch within 24 hours to make sure you're on the right track and have the most amazing experience moving forwards. 

I need help or I am in a rush. Can you help me set up my event page?
Absolutely – we’re here to help! We can walk you through the setup of your page or if you prefer, you can send us the information and we’ll set up an event page for you. Please e-mail events@pogo.ca to get started.


What if I am collecting cash or cheque donations for my event? 

After you register, there is the option to upload your cash or cheque donations under 'Manage my page'. Simply make sure you are tracking your pledges as you receive them here so that we have all the information we need to provide tax receipts to any of your donors who contributed $20 or more.