Save The Children – Christmas Jumper Day at NW Law

Today is Christmas Jumper Day in aid of the charity Save the Children.

It doesn’t usually take much of an excuse to get everyone at NW Law either dressing up or in the festive spirit, so today’s fundraising idea by Save The Children was one event that we definitely didn’t want to miss out on!

Naomi Wilson, the director at NW Law, offered to make a donation to the charity for each member of staff that joined in wearing a festive sweater for Christmas Jumper Day. She was delighted to see that all of the team members that were in the office today joined in the fun!

All participants also received a festive treat and a prize was to be given to the person judged to be wearing the best jumper.

Congratulations to Frances Jackson for this Christmas cracker!

Fran's Winning Christmas Jumper The back of Fran's Christmas Jumper!












We think that Save The Children is a great cause and what a fun and easy way to raise funds for the charity so that they can continue to provide help and assistance to children around the world.

Save The Children works in 120 countries, saving children and fighting for their rights. Their teams respond quickly to disasters and emergencies and do whatever it takes to save children’s lives.

In 2012, Save The Children responded to emergencies in 39 different countries – delivering life-saving food, water, healthcare, protection and education to 4 million children and their family members.

Some examples of the way that donations are spent are:

£66 could protect three children from deadly diseases.
£120 could give 40 children life-saving mosquito nets.
£500 could train five health workers to treat sick children.

For more information on Save The Children, please see

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