Colleagues at Automotive Brands, parent company of Power Maxed and Steel Seal, are set to make the world better with a sweater this Christmas Jumper Day
On 15th December, colleagues at Automotive Brands will be donning their daftest, most wonderful woollies to raise money for Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day.
It’s a magical time of year; fairy lights and snowmen, baubles and Christmas trees. And on 15 December you’ll see them all – on our jumpers. Save the Children is expecting over 5 million people across the UK to take part in the biggest, silliest Christmas Jumper Day yet – and to each donate £2 a jumper to help children in desperate need around the world.
“Automotive Brands’ internal culture encourages a sense of humour and an enjoyable atmosphere at work, which is why the opportunity to wear silly jumpers whilst raising money for Save the Children is the perfect way to get everyone in the festive mood ready for Christmas.” – Marina Shaw, Business Development Co-ordinator at Automotive Brands.
And every jumper really can help save lives. The money raised could help give a child living in a refugee camp clothes to keep them warm through winter. It could help buy nutritious food and safe drinking water for a family, or set up a safe space for children caught up in disaster, giving them the chance to be children again.
All the money raised will go to Save the Children, helping to make sure every child, no matter where they are in the world, has essentials like healthcare, education, protection, food and water.
To get involved simply get Christmassy colleagues and merry mates together on 15 December, pop on your pullovers and donate £2 each. Sign up now at christmasjumperday.org for your free fundraising pack.
Show off your HoHoSanta and dust off your TinselElf. Go on. Make the world better in your sweaters.
Christmas Jumper Day is fun, easy to organise and everyone can be part of it. To find out more and sign up, visit www.christmasjumperday.org.
For Facebook visit facebook.com/christmasjumperday and for Twitter visit @savechildrenuk using the hashtag #christmasjumperday