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RENO BIGHORNS TO HOST PAJAMA DRIVE TO BENEFIT HOMELESS AND FOSTER CARE YOUTH AS PART OF SEASON OF DOING GOOD

By Kyle Jones | December 18, 2017

The Reno Bighorns will continue their Season of Doing Good as they partner with Project Sweet Dreams for a pajama drive to benefit foster care and homeless youth in the Reno/Sparks community. The drive will take place during the Bighorns December 22 contest. Fans who make a new or gently used pajama donation will receive a ticket to the night’s game.

The pajama drive collection will start at 6 p.m., one hour prior to tip-off. Fans can bring any new or gently used pair of pajamas to the Reno Events Center entrance, where they will receive a game ticket.

Project Sweet Dreams is dedicated to collecting new and gently used pajamas of all sizes (newborn through adult) to help serve organizations of all ages. Project Sweet Dreams is honored to have partnered with Kids Kottage and Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation and are excited to expand to additional organizations for the opportunity to truly make an impact in the community.

The Reno Bighorns are dedicated to investing its time, resources, talent and passion working year-round to support the Reno/Sparks region by serving as a positive agent of change.

For more information regarding the Bighorns Season of Doing Good, fans should be directed to the Bighorns Front office at 775-853-8220.