Save the Children launched Christmas Jumper Day in 2012, and it’s gone on to be a big nationwide tradition
Individuals and organisations, businesses and schools, find their most festive jumpers and wear the jumpers to work for the day, to raise funds through sponsorship.
It’s a cheerful and festive way of raising funds and awareness for Save the Children in time for Christmas.
Often people add to the fun by competing for the best festive jumper prize. Jumper-wearers, friends, families and co-workers sponsor the festive jumpers and raise money for Save the Children. So far over 4 million pounds has been raised by this annual event, so it is certainly something to consider taking part in and adding it as a new tradition among your festivities.
This year Christmas Jumper Day is being held on 10 December.
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