Debbie Abrahams MP has popped on a pullover and posed for a photo to mark her support for Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day campaign on Friday, December 14.
Now in its seventh year, Save the Children is asking even more people across the UK to join the woolly revolution and help make the world better with a sweater.
Since its launch in 2012 the fundraising event has raised over £17million for the world’s most vulnerable children.
More than five million people across the UK are set to take part this year, with schools, homes and offices ditching their day-to-day dress and donning their daftest, most wonderful woollies.
From knits festooned in jingling bells to jumpers covered in lights, Save the Children is hoping 2018 will be the biggest, silliest Christmas Jumper Day ever.
Mrs Abrahams said: “I’m delighted to support Christmas Jumper Day. It’s a fantastic cause that does so much good, raising money and awareness for children in the UK and around the world.
“Millions of people will be pulling on a Christmas jumper for a great cause – to help create a brighter future for children – and it’s great to be a part of it.”
To take part, all you have to do is sign up online at christmasjumperday.org then get family, friends and colleagues involved and donate £2 (£1 for school children).
By supporting Save the Children and taking part in Christmas Jumper Day people can help save lives in some of the toughest parts of the world, and give children living in poverty in the UK the chance to fulfil their potential.
For more information and to sign up visit www.christmasjumperday.org