IHOP has officially jumped into the world of apparel with their new Pancakewear Collection. This set of “pancake PJs” isn’t just for show, though, as the chain is selling them off for a worthy cause.
IHOP’s Pancakewear Collection is part of their 60 Days of Giving initiative, which both celebrates the pancake purveyor’s 60th year in business and gives money to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. As such, half of the proceeds of every purchase of the limited-edition clothing will be donated to Children’s Miracle Network.
You can buy IHOP’s assortment of pancake PJs on the eBay charity site, where pants, onesies, and socks with a breakfast theme are available in varying sizes. The onesies cost $85 for adult sizes and $50 for child sizes, the lounge pants are $39 for adult sizes and $29 for child sizes, and the socks are posted at a sale price of $15 per pair. All items will be ready to ship on or before March 26, according to the eBay postings, and will be available until they are sold out.
IHOP is hoping that the Pancakewear collection will get them closer to their target of $5 million raised for children’s charities. If you want to help and aren’t interested in the loungewear, you can still contribute by bringing a check donation to any IHOP restaurant by March 31.