Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day

  • Rebecca Mason-Bond
  • Alison Rood
  • Elodie Soetaert
  • Sara Keegan
  • Richard Brim
  • Vicky Fallon

Join in the festive fun on Save The Children's Christmas Jumper day - Friday 14th December 2018. There's still time to join in and donate! Discover more about 2018's campaign...

What's it all about?

On Friday 14 December thousands of people up and down the UK will start their day by pulling on a Christmas jumper for a great cause – to help create a brighter future for children.Whether you join in at work, at home, at school or down the pub, it’s all about getting everyone together in your daftest woollies. And by donating £2 each, you’ll be giving children the chance to build a better future.

What should I do now?

1. Sign up and get your FREE fundraising pack now – it’s crammed with ideas to help make your Christmas Jumper Day fabulous.
2. Get everyone dressed up (at work, school, home, or anywhere). Buy, borrow, or decorate an old jumper in time for Friday 14 December.
3. Get donating. That’s £2 for everyone taking part (£1 if you’re at school). And there’s loads of inspiration in the fundraising pack to help you raise even more festive funds.

A £2 donation could pay for the antibiotics to treat five children suffering from pneumonia, one of the biggest killers of children. Yep – every sweater really can make the world better. Now that’s wearing responsibly.

The power in your pullover

This is what it’s all about. Collect £2 for every jumper and help children not just survive, but to thrive. The more you raise, the more chance you’ll give children in the world’s toughest places to build a better future.
By putting on a Christmas jumper, whether it’s at work, at home, at school or down the pub. It’s all about getting everyone together in their daftest woollies whilst saving children and changing futures. Your jumper could help bring essential food, healthcare, education, and protection to millions of children around the world who are missing out.

Celebreties get their jumpers on for the 2018 appeal

Kate Moss, Liam Payne, Mo Farah, Luke Evans & David Gandy are all amongst the celebrities encouraging the nation to think about Christmas Jumper Day, December 14th 2018 - in aid of vunerable children around the wold.

Micro-pigs get their jumpers on for the 2018 appeal!

We've enlisted a trio of ‘philanthro-pigs’ to promote Christmas Jumper Day too, ebjoy!
(Save The Children/PA Wire)