Christmas Jumper Day

Gather your elves together, dig out your Christmas jumpers and join us for some festive fundraising.

Whether your jumper sings Rockin Robin or your nan knitted it, we’re asking you to wear yours in support of your local hospice.

You can join in at work, at home, at school or even down the pub; it’s just about getting everyone together, having fun and giving generously knowing you are making a difference to local families living with a life-limiting illness.

Getting involved is simple:

  1. Mark Friday 6th December on your calendar
  2. Encourage friends, family and colleagues to join in the fun
  3. Dig out your favourite festive jumper and wear it with pride

Crack out your Christmas jumpers and kick-start the festive fun on Friday 6th December 2019

Gather your elves together, dig out your Christmas jumpers and join us for some festive fundraising.

Whether your jumper sings Rockin Robin or your nan knitted it, we’re asking you to wear yours in support of your local hospice.

You can join in at work, at home, at school or even down the pub; it’s just about getting everyone together, having fun and giving generously knowing you are making a difference to local families living with a life-limiting illness.

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Getting involved is simple:

  1. Mark Friday 6th December on your calendar
  2. Encourage friends, family and colleagues to join in the fun
  3. Dig out your favourite festive jumper and wear it with pride

How your support helps

We’re asking you to wear your Christmas jumpers in support of our Hospice at Home service - which will help people who are living with life-limiting illness to stay at home this Christmas.

At Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice, we love working Christmas day. We want to help families to stay at home over the festive season, so that they can continue their festive traditions together.

Our Hospice at Home support means that families who are coping with life-limiting illnesses can spend this special time of year focussing on what really matters - being together, opening gifts, sharing a Christmas dinner, pulling crackers and telling bad jokes.

“This year it will cost £913 for my team and I to care for people in their own homes on Christmas Day, but we need your help to make this happen.”  Kate, Nursing Assistant, Hospice at Home team

With your sense of fun and generosity you can help more families to keep to the traditions they’re used to. So, let’s jazz up our jumpers, tack up the tinsel and raise vital funds in support of families experiencing their last Christmas with those they love.

You can get your Christmas Jumper Day Pack today at www.birminghamhospice.org.uk/christmas-jumper-day