Our celebrity supporters

I’ve brought some famous faces together to help make this year’s Christmas Jumper Day the best day ever. Check out the gallery below to see who will be joining in on Friday 13 December and then sign up your work, school or friends to join in too!


Adam Pearson puts on his Christmas Jumper and tinsel for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

Chris Hughes, from Love Island, wears his festive Christmas Jumper for Save the Children

Dom Jolly wears a festive personalised Christmas Jumper and santa hat in support of Save the Children

DJ Cuppy, wears a festive Christmas Jumper in support of Save the Children

Ed Balls wearing his baulbaul Christmas Jumper for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

 TV and Love Islands Eyal Booker dresses in his Christmas Jumper for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

Joel Dommet puts on his Christmas Jumper for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

Love Islands Josh Denzel puts on his Christmas Jumper for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

Kate Garraway puts on her Christmas Jumper for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

Kate Thornton wearing her festive jumper for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day

Katie Piper wearing elf ears and her sparkly festive jumper for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day

TV presenter Keith Lemon in festive dress for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

Kem Cetinay, from Love Island, wears his Christmas Jumper for Save the Children

Kimberly Wyatt, wears her festive Christmas Jumper for Save the Children

Lauren Lavern wears her red festive jumper and for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

Lee Ridley wears his red festive jumper and santa hat for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

 Bake Off's Liam Charles dresses in his it's all good in the pud Christmas Jumper for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

 Maura Higgins wears Love island 'tis what it tis' jumper for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

Michael Fox puts on his Christmas Jumper for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

Michelle Heaton, wears tinsel and her festive Christmas Jumper for Save the Children

Myleen Klass, wears a santa hat and her personalised Christmas Jumper for Save the Children

Natalie Lee wears her festive Christmas Jumper for Save the Children

Radio presenter Nick Grimshaw, wears tinsel and his festive Christmas Jumper for Save the Children

 Nina Wadia dresses in Share the Love Christmas Jumper and tinsel for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

Love Islands Ovie puts on his Christmas Jumper for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

 Pixie Lott dresses in her Christmas Jumper for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

Dr Ranj puts on his Elf Christmas Jumper and reindeer ears for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

X Factors Rak Su join us for Save the Childrens Christmas Jumper Day, wearing their festive knits.

Rebecca Root, wears tinsel and her festive Christmas Jumper for Save the Children

 tommy Fury dresses in his Love Island Christmas Jumper for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

Vicky Pattinson is wearing her Christmas Jumper for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day this year.

 

Adam Pearson: 

“Christmas is such a wonderful time of year to have fun and not take ourselves too seriously, so I’m all for having a laugh and wearing a funny Christmas Knit to bring a smile to people’s faces. Make sure you get your own in time for Christmas Jumper Day on 13th December - by donating £2 you can make a huge difference to some of the world’s most vulnerable children.”

 

 

 

 

Chris Hughes: 

"Every year we have a family tradition where we try to outdo each other by wearing the most outrageous Christmas jumpers. I’m obviously the longstanding champion and I’m hoping to mug everyone else off again this year. Everybody should join me this year and pop on a Christmas knit and donate £2. The money goes to children all over the world to ensure they are protected, healthy and given the chance to learn."

 

 

 

 

Dom Jolly:

"I’m not usually one for silly charity initiatives but every year Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day gets the better of me and I can’t resist whacking on a ridiculous knit. With Channel 4’s involvement this year, hopefully even more people will sign up and take part to raise money for this wonderful charity. I’ve been lucky enough to see the world Save the Children do around the world, helping kids survive and thrive, so I know what a huge difference everyone taking part will make."

 

 

 

DJ Cuppy: 

"Christmas is my favourite time of year and I love that by throwing on a festive knit we can help children all over the world. Christmas Jumper Day is the perfect opportunity to get everyone together and support children who deserve a brighter future. This year in celebration of my first Christmas Jumper Day as a Save the Children Ambassador I’m going to challenge all my friends and followers to get their trendiest knitwear out on Friday the 13th!"

 

 

 

 

Ed Balls: 

"Christmas really is one of my favourite times of the year. I’m always in charge of Christmas dinner and I seem to start planning earlier every year –I start thinking about Christmas pudding in August! One day that my family also love getting involved with every year is Christmas Jumper Day. It’s wonderful that just by popping on a festive knit and donating £2 you’re helping Save the Children continue to make sure children around the world survive, get protection when they’re in danger, and have the chance to learn."

 

 

 

 

Eyal Booker: 

"Whilst summer will always hold a special place in my heart, I absolutely love the festive season too. The one thing that really gets me in the Christmas spirit is picking which jumper I’m going to wear for Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day. I like mine to be quite chilled with a dash of cheekiness and I can’t wait to wear it and donate £2 to Save the Children – it’s a small amount but can make a big difference for children around the world"

 

 

 

 

Joel Dommett: 

"Every year I make sure to stick on my jumper for Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day. Not only is it the perfect excuse to find the weirdest and silliest jumper out there but when you give £2 you feel BRILLIANT that your money is going to such a great cause. It really couldn’t be easier: find yourself a festive Christmas jumper, donate £2 to Save the Children, feel great! Winner winner chicken dinner. "

 

 

 

 

Josh Denzel: 

“I can’t wait to get cosy in my wooly knits this Christmas! The work that Save the Children does is life changing for kids across the world and by wearing a festive jumper and donating £2 this Christmas Jumper Day, we can all help be part of this”

 

      

 

 

 

 

Kate Garraway: 

“I am absolutely thrilled to once again be involved in Save the Children’s fabulous Christmas Jumper Day fundraiser. I love waking up on Christmas morning and spending the day with the whole family, keeping warm and opening presents in our jumpers – so Christmas Jumper Day is a great practice run! Plus it helps spread the love and festive cheer and raise money for those who need it the most”

 

 

 

 

Kate Thornton: 

“Christmas songs on the radio is by far my favourite part of the festive period, as soon as they start to trickle through I know it’s time to start planning presents, the tree and all things Christmassy. Save the Children help so many people, and Christmas Jumper Day is the easiest way to get involved! All you have to do is grab your favourite Christmas Jumper and donate £2.”

 

 

 

 

 

Katie Piper: 

"My girls absolutely love dressing up, especially Belle! Christmas Jumper Day is the perfect excuse for me to join them and find the silliest Christmas jumper I can! Save the Children do whatever it takes to make sure children survive, get protection when they’re in danger, and have the chance to learn, so by wearing a jumper and donating £2, we can all help to transform children’s lives around the world."

 

 

 

 

 

Keith Lemon:

"I love Christmas and I love Christmas jumpers. I’ve been known to wear a different one each day in the month of December. Yes that does mean I have a lot of Christmas jumpers. I’ve also got of t-shirts, trowzers, pants and socks and hats and jackets. But this campaign, which is for a great cause is just about wearing a Christmas jumper! Simple in it. So get one on and have Merry Keithmas!"

 

 

 

 

Kem Cetinay:

"Christmas Jumper Day is such a fun way for everyone to get involved and have some fun at Christmas whilst knowing you are helping children in need all over the world. Who doesn’t love dressing up as an elf during the festive season! You just need to sign up online, donate £2 to Save the Children, and throw on your most ridiculous jumper. If everybody gets on board this Christmas Jumper Day we can really help to make a difference."

 

 

Kimberly Wyatt: 

"Every year on Christmas Jumper Day I am nominated as the judge of my family’s Christmas jumper competition and the silliness is now off the scale! I love seeing everybody’s festive jumpers and there is something really special knowing that by each of us donating just £2, we can help bring happiness to children in other parts of the world, thanks to Save the Children."

 

 

 

 

Lauren Lavern: 

“Christmas Jumper Day is fast becoming a staple of the fashion calendar to rival London and Paris Fashion Weeks. Each year I decide how bold I go on the knit front; last year I chose a giant Christmas pudding jumper but this year I’ve gone a bit more low-key and traditional, but with a small, tinkling bell. Delightful. Whilst it’s fantastic fun it’s also for a brilliant cause that is really close to my heart. Save the Children work in the UK and around the world to make children’s future’s that bit brighter. Join in, join us, support, donate and show off your fashion flex!”

 

 

 

Lee Ridley: 

"I love nothing more than making people laugh and seeing people smile, so it’s great to be able to help Save the Children make the world better simply by wearing my favourite festive sweater this Christmas Jumper Day. Go on, wear your Christmas Jumper on the 14th of December, donate £2 and help children all around the world."

 

 

 

 

 

Liam Charles: 

"I am absolutely mad about Christmas – I love it! The mince pies, the Christmas pudding and of course Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day which really is the icing on the Christmas cake! I love getting all my mates round for a Christmas jumper party and the best part is that by donating £2 you can make a massive difference to children here in the UK and all around the world! Decent!"

 

 

 

 

Maura Higgins: 

"Christmas is such a special time for me to be with my friends and family. I love thinking of ways to style up a classic Christmas jumper – they’re actually pretty cool now! Christmas Jumper Day is a great way to get everyone together for a Christmas Jumper party and the fact that taking part will help children all over the world have a brighter future, makes it even more special"

 

 

 

 

Michael Fox: 

"I am absolutely mad about Christmas – I love it! The mince pies, the Christmas pudding and of course Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day which really is the icing on the Christmas cake! I love getting all my mates round for a Christmas jumper party and the best part is that by donating £2 you can make a massive difference to children here in the UK and all around the world! Decent!"

 

 

 

 

 

Michelle Heaton: 

"Christmas is such an important time of year for me and I love surrounding myself with all my friends and family, so we can reflect on the past year. I love bringing everyone together and sharing the festive fun. I’m a big supporter of Save the Children so I was more than happy when they asked me to wear my favourite festive knit to help raise money for Christmas Jumper"

 

 

 

 

Myleen Klass: 

"I’ve been involved with Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day ever since 2012 when it first launched. It’s been incredible to watch it grow into an annual fundraiser that has raised over £21 million for kids around the world and here in the UK. Every year CJD seems to get bigger and better, and the Channel 4 advert takeover is the icing on this year’s cake. With just one week to go until the big day, it really brings home what a massive date in the calendar Christmas Jumper Day now is to the UK public."

 

 

 

 

Natalie Lee: 

"I’m very excited to be supporting Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day this year. It’s a fun way to raise some money for a great cause so I’ll be wearing my Christmas jumper with pride on December the 14th and encouraging all my friends to do the same!”

 

 

 

 

 

Nick Grimshaw: 

"Christmas is a crazy time of year but make sure you have time to throw on a ludicrously stupid Christmas jumper to help Save The Children!”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nina Wadia: 

“I’m so excited to be supporting Christmas Jumper Day this year as it’s always one of my favourite days of the year! I especially love my Share the Love jumper as I can wear it all year round. Plus all the money from each jumper goes directly to helping Save the Children give kids around the world a brighter start in life. ”

 

 

 

 

Ovie Soko: 

“I don’t think anyone will be surprised to hear that every year I take choosing my Christmas jumper extremely seriously. Just because it’s a novelty knit, doesn’t mean you can’t still look stylish people! I’m honored to be supporting Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day this year. It’s important to take the time to give back to such a worthwhile cause so my message to everyone is to get involved in whatever way they can.”

 

 

 

 

Pixie Lott: 

“Christmas is so magical and I love getting fully in all the festivities! Every year I challenge myself to find an even better jumper than the year before so I can’t wait to get this year’s on for Christmas Jumper Day. I can’t believe it’s now in its eighth year - what a great way for everyone to get together and support an amazing cause.”

 

 

 

 

 

Dr Ranj: 

“I really embraced the spirit of wearing bright and bold outfits during my time on Strictly Come Dancing so I can’t wait to channel my inner glitterball again this Christmas Jumper Day. The work that Save the Children do around the world is completely inspirational and is a cause really close to my heart so I hope everyone around the UK gets involved again this year”

 

 

 

 

 

Rak Su: 

“We love Christmas Jumper Day because it’s the perfect day to really get into the Christmas spirit! We’ve all got different styles but one thing we agree on is our love for a novelty knit. Christmas is all about coming together so we love that Christmas Jumper Day is a chance for everyone to rock their jumpers and raise money for those in need.”

 

 

 

 

 

Rebecca Root: 

“I was so honoured when Save the Children asked me to be involved in their amazing Christmas Jumper Day campaign. It’s a wonderful idea that genuinely helps so many people and it’s so simple to do. I can’t wait to see everyone rocking their jumpers on the 14th December.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tommy Fury: 

“After a summer in the sun I am SO looking forward to the cold weather and to celebrate the holidays with the family in my Christmas Jumper. It’s no secret that I absolutely LOVE Christmas and Christmas Jumper Day is not only a great chance to get into the spirit but it also supports such a worthy cause that benefits so many children all over the world.”

 

 

 

 

 

Vicky Pattinson: 

“Christmas is such a magical time of year to get together with all your friends and loved ones and get a little merry! I can’t wait to help spread the Christmas spirit by wearing my favourite festive knit. Donating just £2 can help to ensure children can continue to learn and be safe in some of the toughest places in the world - what better gift to give at Christmas time”