Health Matters and Christmas Jumper Day
Health Matters (UK) Limited are
set to take their silliness very seriously for Christmas Jumper Day!
On Friday 16 December 2016 Health Matters UK, along with sister companies Valentine OH and Health Matters Assistance Programme will be putting on their warmest, wackiest and most wonderful festive woollies to raise money for Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day.
Silliness is set to sweep the nation as millions of people in schools, offices and homes up and down the country donate £2 to sport a festive sweater for the day. From technicolour festive knits festooned with reindeer antlers to balancing baubles, the best bit is that all this silliness has a serious purpose.
All money raised through this wacky woolly-wearing could help give a child living in a refugee camp clothes to keep them warm through winter, help buy nutritious food for their entire family, or set up a safe space to give children the chance to be children again. It’s a very silly way to solve some very serious problems!
Dominic Grainger, runner up in the category for apprentice of the year 2016 at the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce said: “I am proud that the Health Matters Family is taking part in such a great charity event, I have been inspired to wear a black jumper with Santa on the front”
Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day is fun, easy to organise and everyone can be part of it. To find out more and sign up, visit www.christmasjumperday.org.
Notes to editors:
· For more information and pictures after the event, please contact Emma Clay, Sales Adviser at Health Matters (UK) Limited on 024 76 516 098.
· Christmas Jumper Day is a national fundraising event in aid of Save the Children. This year, hundreds of thousands of people up and down the country are expected to take part. Find out more at: www.christmasjumperday.org
Save the Children works in more than 120 countries to save children's lives, fight for their rights and help them fulfil their potential. Find out more at: www.savethechildren.org.uk