Australian sleepwear brand Homebodii has partnered with television presenter Natalie Gruzlewski, radio host Heather Maltman and fitness guru Sophie Guidolin to launch their first workshop in support of The Pyjama Foundation.

The Pyjama Foundation provides children in foster care with the support needed to change the direction of their lives through the aspects of learning, empowerment and everyday skills. The workshop will be held on Thursday 12 July, at the Homebodii’s headquarters at the Gold Coast. The workshop will focus on providing young teenagers in foster care with the opportunity to learn about life skills and self confidence.

The Pyjama Foundation Founder Bronwyn Sheehan is grateful for the work that has gone into the workshop, which is focused on improving the lives of children in foster care. “Workshops such as this which promote a sense of self worth and allow these young women to hear from other inspiring women are absolutely priceless,” said Bronwyn.

Homebodii Designer and Founder Ingrid Bonnor said she understands the importance of connecting foster care children with adult mentors to empower and increase their learning outcomes. “We are very excited to be supporting The Pyjama Foundation with workshops that will not only educate, but inspire young women,” said Ingrid.

The Homebodii brand plans to hold the workshop every few months to continue their support for The Pyjama Foundation.

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