Get ready to put on your favourite festive knit as Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day will be back on December Friday 13th, with 100% of proceeds going to the charity.
It certainly won’t be an unlucky Friday the thirteenth!
It’s never too early to start raising money for this amazing cause, so throw on your cheesiest jumper and get involved in 2019’s Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day. Whether you join up with friends or pop down to your local on 13th December, it’s all about getting together and what better way to help build a child’s future.
Save the Children have teamed up with Not Just.Shop for Christmas Jumper Day to release some of the coolest novelty jumpers we’ve seen including fantastic Flea Bag Christmas jumper with the slogan ‘Flea Bahhhum Bag’ for £39.99
Notjust will donate a minimum of £50,000 to Save the Children through the sales of its limited-edition Christmas Jumper Day range.
For little ones, Sainsbury’s are launching a new range of children’s Gruffalo jumpers and Peppa Pig have created a new Christmas Jumper Day book (£4.99) for all the little piggies to enjoy. The wonderful woollies will cost cost between £7 – £14
When is Christmas Jumper Day 2019?
Christmas Jumper Day will be taking place on Friday 13th of December 2019. Last year’s Christmas Jumper Day took place on Friday 14th December.
What is Christmas Jumper Day?
Christmas Jumper Day is an yearly fundraising event, with all of the money raised going towards ‘Save the Children’s charity. If everyone can get together with family or friends and by donating as little as £2 each, children who are growing up in some of the toughest areas in the world will get the chance to fulfil their potential.
Get in touch with schools, businesses and local organisations and encourage them all to wear their most silliest, funny, Christmassy jumpers to help raise awareness on this year’s Children’s Christmas Jumper Day and let’s get funny for money this Christmas. Celebrities including Ed Balls, Holly Willoughby and Kate Garraway will be just some of the celebs all taken part.
Want to get involved? Whether you want to wear your favourite Christmas jumper or you just want to donate you can do so online here.
So start pulling out your embarrassing festive knitwear and do some good for a great cause.