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Christmas Jumper Day for Save the Children


Last Updated: 26/01/2017 10:07:04   Tags: Christmas, Jumper, Save The Children, Charity

As winter begins to set in and shop fronts glisten with festive tinsel and twinkly lights, it can only mean one thing; Christmas is around the corner. You might have already seen our amazing Christmas window displays at Marine Wharf and Canada Water by Alessandra Tortone, our wonderful Christmas tree by Debbie Western Flowers, or maybe even our ‘12 days of Christmas offers’ campaign, but did you know we’re also supporting Save the Children by holding a Christmas Jumper Day?

On Friday 16th December, every member of the Living in London team will be ditching their suits in favour of festive woollies featuring Rudolph and pals – the more embarrassing the better!

The Living in London team will be donating to the cause, while continuing to raise awareness of the event in our marketing efforts and hopefully raise some money for a truly inspirational charity. If you’d like to get involved, you can donate £2 by texting TEAMLONDON2 to 70050. There’s no limit on the amount of times you can donate, so please do give what you can this holiday season.

Save the Children believes every child deserves a future in the UK and around the world. They work tirelessly to transform the lives of children, challenging world leaders as well as providing them with education and protection from harm. Through their work in 2015, they managed to help 17.5 million children. You can find out more about the amazing work Save the Children to by clicking here.

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