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LILYSILK Partners with Melissa Rauch to Raise Awareness and Fundraising for Childhood Cancer Research

LILYSILK, a leading silk brand in the world with a mission to inspire people to live better and more sustainably, has signed up as the official sponsor of Oscar’s Kids “Inaugural Pajama Party”.

The Pajama Party Online is hosted by Oscar’s Kids actress, producer, screenwriter, and co-founder Melissa Rauch and Denise Albert of THE MOMS, to raise funds to fund the vital research needed to find a cure and new treatments for childhood cancers.

The hour-long event brings together influential moms for a conversation with Melissa Rauch, as well as performances by magicians Penn & Teller and musician Kate Micucci. Inspired by Oscar, a child with GITC who had to face incredibly difficult days in his pajamas, the PJ party represents the “superhero” costume children wear when faced with the most unimaginable circumstances. Rauch and Albert both wear LILYSILK pajamas to show their support for Oscar.

At LILYSILK, we inspire people to live better, more sustainable lives. We care about people, and it is this concern for each other and for the planet that drives us. The Oscar’s Kids Pajama Party fits perfectly with our mission and we are completely dedicated to supporting charitable endeavors to help children like Oscar,” said Isaac Lee, Brand Manager at LILYSILK.

Supported by the values ​​of “innovation for sustainability”, LILYSILK actively seeks opportunities to fulfill its corporate social responsibility through new business models that encourage sustainable lifestyles.

In addition to providing pajamas for the event, LILYSILK was inspired by Oscar to develop his own series of children’s silk pajamas. The range is made from 100% natural raw materials like mulberry silk and improves the comfort of children in their daily life, whatever the circumstances they face.

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