Pyjamas for PanCan

Join us on 16th April for Pyjamas for PanCan day!

Wear your Pyjamas to work or school on the 16th April and help us say goodnight to pancreatic cancer; the cancer that has been kept in the dark for too long.

With your help in raising funds and awareness we can make sure that more patients are diagnosed at an early stage so that they have the best chance of survival.

Nearly 10,000 people are diagnosed each year with pancreatic cancer and shockingly, the low survival rate has barely changed in over 50 years. Pancreatic Cancer Action are focused on improving early diagnosis for patients and we are on a mission to stamp out late detection!

How can I take part?

We have put together lots of resources to make sure that your event runs as smoothly as possibly and to help you really maximise your fundraising!

Order a free Pjs for PanCan Pack

*Packs are no longer available to order but you can download all of the materials below*

The pack includes:

  • PJs for PanCan booklet with step by step guides on how to host your own day
  • PJs for PanCan eye mask (Please see options on the form to purchase more)
  • A poster to advertise your event
  • PJs for PanCan game
  • Colour you own PJs activity

Downloadable assets

If you would like to order more eye masks or any other resources for your event please take a look at our shop.

Get your friends, family and colleagues involved

You can take part anywhere! Why not organise a pyjama day at school or work, this will really get people talking and help raise awareness! You can raise funds by asking for a donation on the day. We suggest £2 to be made to Pancreatic Cancer Action in exchange for wearing your pyjamas for the day!

Let people know what you are doing!

Don’t forget to use the poster in the pack to advertise your event. You can also publicise the day on social media and encourage others to join in!

If you have any questions please email

Set up your online fundraising page to share with friends and family! Visit www.justgiving.com to get started!

Don’t forget to use the hashtag #pjsforpancan and tag us on social media with all your photos of the day!