This December, businesses, friends and schools across the UK have been busy raising money for vulnerable children around the globe by taking part in Save the Children’s ‘Christmas Jumper Day. 

 

Over the past few years, we have got involved, adorning our festive knitwear and showing these around the office. This year due to the current pandemic, we have had to mix things up slightly.

 

Aside from our contributions, the C>Ways management pledged to donate £1 per day for each person who wore their Christmas festivities and sent a photo. So many of us have looked festive every day!

 

There is Still Time to Help!

 

We don’t yet have the total we have raised, and if you would like to help the cause by donating, there is still time. 

 

Here are a few pictures of the team and some creative ideas! 

If you would like to make a difference in a child’s life, you can donate through our ‘Just Giving’ below.

https://christmas.savethechildren.org.uk/fundraising/cjd210033934

 

Discover how every penny can help change a child’s life :

£5 could help a child in Rwanda see the wonder in the world – providing them with a book written in their own language.

£18 could help a child sparkle in the classroom – paying for a back-to-school kit in Indonesia.

£50 could protect a child from the shadow cast by hunger – providing a family who’ve fled violence in Yemen with enough food for a month.

£66 could feed children’s imaginations – buying two weeks’ worth of food for a family of five in Syria.

£70 could light up a child’s sense of wonder – providing an LED lamp for them to study by in Gaza, where there’s just four hours of electricity a day.

£130 could help a child make a miraculous recovery – providing a malnourished child in Ethiopia with medicine and therapeutic food.

 

https://www.savethechildren.org.uk/christmas-jumper-day/how-you-help