More than 320 sets of new pajamas were collected this holiday season by St. John Bosco Catholic School students for "Jamma Jingles," an annual pajama drive to benefit children from newborn to 17 years of age.

Magical Builders, a nonprofit charity based in Scottsdale, sponsors the annual pajama drive.

This is the third year in a row that St. John Bosco students in Ahwatukee have participated in the drive. Magical Builders will distribute the pajamas to Catholic Charities, Central Arizona Shelter Services, Crisis Nursery and Florence Crittenton, to name just a few of the nonprofits in the Valley that serve children.

Magical Builders supports more than 2,000 children through this pajama drive.

The pajama drive was conducted during the school's seventh annual Winter Wonderland community event that took place recently.

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