Our Programs

We're working to disrupt the system of disadvantage and to positively impact the inequitable life trajectories evidenced for children and young people from an OOHC background. This occurs through our Love of Learning Program and Teen Life Skills.

Love of Learning Program

The Pyjama Foundation believes a trusted mentor supports a child living in out of home care (OOHC - i.e. foster care, kinship care and residential care) to engage with and enjoy learning, helping them to thrive in school and life.

Based on the power of positive relationships, our Love of Learning Program is our flagship program in which volunteer mentors (Pyjama Angels) are matched with, and provide holistic support to a child in OOHC.

Teen Life Skills

We extend the relationship formed between our volunteers and children in care to become a significant adult in the life of a young person by supporting them to build on skills that can make positive change to their life outcomes.

We launched Teen Life Skills (TLS) with the vision that all young people living in, and transitioning out of, out of home care are self- aware, connected, responsible, resilient and have goals and aspirations.