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#GETYOURSTRIPES

Matalan is helping to raise funds to enable Alder Hey Children’s Hospital to deliver life-changing research into childhood conditions like arthritis, cancer and diabetes. 100% of the profits from sales from the #GetYourStripes product goes directly to Alder Hey.

It's Not Just A Pair of Pyjamas!

#GetYourStripes and support Alder Hey Children's Hospital Charity! #GetYourStripes and do something amazing for a good cause this Christmas by purchasing our official Alder Hey stripy pyjamas and accessories, with 100% of the profits from sales of our official Alder Hey stripy pyjamas and accessories going towards funding Alder Hey's new Research, Innovation and Education Centre.

Thank You

Thanks to everyone who has helped us raise over £1.3 million for Alder Hey's new Research Centre so far, so heres to raising even more this Christmas!

The Biggest PJ Party Ever!

You're invited to the biggest PJ party ever with these fun games that keep your little ones (and not so little) entertained for hours. From building a den to sleepy lions.

Why did you get involved in the campaign?

Watch the video of Alesha, Larry and George and why they think its important to support get your stripes.

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Meet Lilly and Archie

"There were times where we never thought we'd be where Lily is today. But we are, and it's all thanks to Alder Hey. Thank you to all Alder Hey customers for supporting Matalan this Christmas."

Jane - Lily's Mum

Alder Hey delivers outstanding care to their 275,000 patients and families every year and Matalan is giving 100% of the profits from sales from the #GetYourStripes product directly to Alder Hey.

Lily is a juvenile arthritis patient at Alder Hey. Since taking part in research trials at the hospital, Lily’s doing so much better and takes part in gymnastics. Find out more about Lily and other children at the hospital online now.

Archie Veale was flown to Alder Hey from his local hospital in the Isle of Man with a suspected infection which caused severe sepsis. From day one Archie’s parents agreed to involve Archie in research. Today, he no longer uses a wheelchair and is progressing well.