If you’re a lover of all things Christmas jumpers, you might be wondering when the official Christmas Jumper Day is so you can dig out your favourites.
Christmas Jumper Day is Save the Children’s annual fundraising campaign and it sees famous faces sport their festive knitwear.
This year, Holly Willoughby will be among the celebrities taking part in the campaign as they wear second-hand Christmas jumpers.
Which celebrities are taking part in this year’s campaign?
Former Love Island host Laura Whitmore, radio presenter Lauren Laverne, Bridgerton star India Amarteifio, Love Island’s Tasha Ghouri and comedian London Hughes have all chosen to sport sustainable knitwear this year.
Other famous faces involved with the campaign include Loose Women panellist Sophie Morgan, radio presenter Joelah Noble, dancer and ex-Strictly Come Dancing judge Dame Arlene Phillips and chef Andi Oliver and her daughter Miquita.
Alongside these celebrities is The One Show presenter Alex Jones, podcast hosts Jamie Laing and Sophie Habboo, Good Morning Britain presenter Kate Garraway, comedian and influencer Fats Timbo, Big Brother host Will Best and presenter and activist Katie Piper.
When is Christmas Jumper Day 2023?
Christmas Jumper Day will take place on Thursday, December 7 and anyone can take part.
All you need to do is wear a Christmas jumper and donate £2 (or £1 for children) to Save the Children.
This year the charity is urging the public to celebrate Christmas Jumper Day as sustainably as possible, by re-using, re-cycling and shopping more consciously.
Former This Morning host Willoughby, 42, said: “Christmas Jumper Day is a really fabulous way of raising lots of money for Save the Children and it’s so easy to get involved!
“You don’t even need a new jumper to take part, you can dig out an old knit that you’ve had for years or go to a charity shop and find a cool vintage one.”
To find out more about Christmas Jumper Day and sign up, you can visit the Save the Children website.
Save the Children is a charity that supports children in the UK and around the world by giving them access to resources that include medicine, food and education.
All money raised during Christmas Jumper Day will go towards helping disadvantaged children.
Famous faces supporting the campaign this year have modelled second-hand knitwear which will be distributed to Save the Children charity shops across the country to buy.
Since its launch in 2012, Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day has raised over £35 million to help transform the lives of children across the globe.
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This notice was published: 2023-11-07 00:01:00
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