Funzee, the nation’s favourite adult onesie supplier has announced their support for this year’s National Brain Appeal Pyjama Party.
The National Brain Appeal is the charity dedicated to raising funds for The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in Queen Square, London.
The National Brain Appeal Pyjama Party is taking place between Saturday 19th October and Sunday 27th October, and Funzee is appealing to students up and down the country to organise their own Pyjama Parties in aid of the charity, and offering free Funzees to selected party goers, as well supplying Funzee raffle prizes. Between 1st September and 27th October, buyers can take advantage of a whopping 15% discount in the Funzee online store . Funzee will also be supporting financially as 10% of the value of all product sales made online during this period will be given as a donation to The National Brain Appeal.
The National Brain Appeal Pyjama Party campaign is organised to raise awareness of the one in six people in the UK who are affected by a neurological disorder and to provide a platform for supporters to fundraise and show their solidarity with the patients at The National Hospital who have to wear pyjamas for days and even weeks. To sign up for a fund raising pack supporters need to visit www.pyjamaparty.org.uk.
“I don’t think there can be any doubt that this is a dream relationship” said Theresa Dauncey, Chief Executive of The National Brain Appeal.
Mark Heselgrave, Funzee’s CEO said, “We’re very pleased to be supporting the National Brain Appeal’s Pyjama Party. We urge all UK students to organise their own Pyjama Parties for this great cause.”
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