Penneys launch this year’s RTÉ Late Late Toy Show collection in support of the Children’s Health Foundation 8 months ago

Penneys launch this year’s RTÉ Late Late Toy Show collection in support of the Children’s Health Foundation

Such a great cause.

Penneys has launched its much anticipated RTÉ Late Late Toy Show collection for the seventh year running.

Nothing marks the kick-off of the Christmas season for kids around the country as much as the “best Friday night of the year” and what better way to watch it than in new PJs and all for a good cause.

The pyjamas are part of the new collection marking Penneys partnership with the iconic and much loved RTÉ Late Late Toy Show.

As part of this year’s partnership, Penneys is continuing its long-standing support of children’s hospitals, donating €100,000 to the Children’s Health Foundation, as well as some of the highly sought after pyjamas to donate to some of the children in hospitals, in time to watch the show in.

 

New for 2021 is the RTÉ Late Late Toy Show fleece snuddie for adults (€19) and kids snuddie (€16).

Advertisement

The much-loved RTÉ Late Late Toy Show owl pyjamas for adults (€15) and children (€12) are back made using sustainable cotton, under the Primark Cares label. For the littlest viewers, there is a baby sleepsuit and bib set (€10) and even a printed pet outfit (€8) for furry family members.

The range also includes the all-important Christmas wish list, part of the letter to Santa pack (€2), owl footie socks (€5) and an eye mask (€3) for a festive dream filled sleep.

Denise Fitzgerald, Chief Executive of the Children’s Health Foundation said,

“We are delighted to be partnering with Penneys for the seventh year running. Since our partnership began, Penneys have generously donated €365,000 which supports all the doctors, nurses, frontline teams and researchers in CHI hospitals and urgent care centres in our goal of ensuring every sick child has the very best chance.”

The new collection is on sale in Penneys stores nationwide now with PJs scheduled to arrive in store over the weekend ahead of the television highlight of the year which airs on Friday, 26th November.