Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day - more ways to get involved!

Friday December 14th 2018 is Christmas Jumper Day, when people up and down the country will be donning their favourite festive sweaters to help raise money for charity Save the Children. In schools, workplaces or just at home, by wearing your best Christmas knit and donating £2 you'll be helping to create a brighter future for children here in the UK and all over the world. But that's not the only way to get involved! 

Just in time for Christmas, Save the Children have partnered with various brands and high street retailers to create some wonderful products for women, men and children. Not only are they great stocking fillers, but with each sale a donation will be made to the charity to help them continue with their vital work. 

WHSmith and Tom Fletcher have launched the first ever Christmasaurus cuddly toy, based on the best-selling book, which will be sold for £14.99 with a £3 donation to Save the Children. If your children don't already have the book, it is a must-have and you can get a limited edition for £6.99 with a 50p donation to the charity. 

Peppa Pig is supporting Save the Children with a whole range of goodies, including a Christmas Puzzle available from John Lewis, Amazon and Toymaster for £9.99 and a Penwizard Personalised Christmas Book available in softback for £17.49 and hardback for £22.49. £1 from the puzzle and 30% from the book will be donated to Save the Children. 

Even Beano character Dennis is getting involved in Christmas Jumper Day, and in this week's issue he has swapped his iconic striped jumper for a festive sweater featuring Gnasher's face with a Rudolph red nose! You can get a Christmas jumper to match Dennis from the online Beano shop, they are £21.99 for the kid's jumper and £31.99 for the adult version, and 10% of the proceeds will be donated to Save the Children.

If you're getting involved with Christmas Jumper Day use #ChristmasJumperDay to share your photos. Making your donation is super easy, you can even do it by text! All the information you need is on the website. My children's school doesn't get involved, so I'll be making my donation anyway and we'll do our own Christmas Jumper Day when we go to visit Santa at the weekend! 

With thanks to Save the Children for sending us the comic, book and puzzle, for which we've made a donation back to the charity.

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