Attention all IHOP lovers.  The restaurant chain that is famous for their pancakes has now ventured off into clothing with their new Pancake Wear Collection that is for a worthy cause.

Foodbeast reports this is all a part of their 60 Days of Giving initiative which celebrates not only being in business for 60 years, but to give money to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

They have a wide variety of pricing options from pajama pants, onesies, and socks that feature prints of pancakes, eggs, bacon, and even coffee, but most important half of the proceeds of every purchase of the limited-edition clothing will be donated to the Children’s Miracle Network.  IHOP is optimistic the clothing line will get them to their target of $5 million dollars raised for the charities.

If you would like to purchace their pajama's you can do so on their IHOP eBay charity site by clicking here.  However, you can make a simple donation at any IHOP restaurant by March 31st.