The 15th December marked International Christmas Jumper day: A worldwide initiative from the charity ‘Save the Children’, that encouraged people to wear a Christmas jumper wherever they are, and in doing so donate to the cause and spread the word.
Seven Hills on Friday supported the effort, donning a variety of festive jumpers in all shapes and sizes with enthusiasm. Team members donated to the charity whilst cosying up in their favourite knitwear, and continuing to add to the Seven Hills Christmas spirit that had been thoroughly ignited at the Christmas party the day before.
Save the Children is a UK charity that aims to give children in the UK and around the world a healthy start in life. In 2016 their vital work reached 22.1 million children directly, and 6.2 million through their education programmes.
Seven Hills also supports the charity Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, and continues to run special projects throughout the year, including The Anti-Slavery Collective.