On Friday 13th December wear a Christmas jumper for the day and give £1 or more to Save the Children!
Save the Children are calling on people across the UK to help make the world better with a sweater! Join in on 13th December and take part in the tradition of wearing a kitsch Christmas jumper in exchange for a £1 donation to raise money for its life saving work with children the world over.
Support for Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day has already started in earnest, with celebrities posing in their festive woollies.
Myleene Klass, Julie Walters, Lorraine Kelly, Gok Wan, Rochelle Humes, Erin O’Connor, Lauren Laverne, Alex Jones, Bruno Tonioli, Ashleigh & Pudsey, Arlene Philips, Nate James, Simon Rimmer, Jay Rayner, Daniel Roche, Kate Thornton, Jack Topping, Natasha Kaplinsky and Dom Joly have all dug out their finest Christmas knitwear, ready to wear in support of Save the Children’s Christmas campaign.
How can YOU join in?
Get your office to join in with Christmas Jumper Day or if you are a Stay at Home or Work at Home Mum or Dad why not dig out your favourite and most kitch Christmas Jumper and wear it on Christmas Jumper Day, Friday 13th December.
Why not get the whole family involved, kids, babies, grannies, even dogs! Then simply pay your pound to Save the Children and help make another child’s Christmas special this year.
We would of course love to see your pictures so either send them into us, or join in during Save the Children’s Twitter Party on Friday 13th December by tweeting a photo to @netmums and @savechildrenuk – and don’t forget to use the hashtag #xmasjumperday.
Team Netmums have already been getting in on the action as you can see!
Jenny’s pampered pouch has been doggedly determined to show off her santa one…
And Kate’s been snuggling up to some elves in hers…
So don’t forget to dig out your jumpers and take a snap to show us.
You can follow all the action on #xmasjumperday on Twitter.
Happy Christmas Jumper Day everyone!