Christmas Jumper Day is gonna look a little bit different this year for all of us - but no matter where you are in December, I've got some fun and COVID-safe tips to help you raise money and make the world a way better place for children.
Got some of your own awesome ideas on COVID-safe ways to raise money? Share them on the #christmasjumperday hashtag on social media and you might see them here too!
Ideas to get you started
Mute button penalty - every time someone talks on mute, they have to donate to Christmas Jumper Day!
Christmas Carol-oke - Christmas has all the best tunes. So crack out your laptop, get on Zoom and get everyone involved in a Christmas singalong. Charge £2 to take part, and extra for requests
Quarantine quiz - if you're an organisation, match donations to the number of people who join - the more people who join, the more money you raise!
11 Days of Jumpers - think you can take the heat? Wear your jumper for 11 days in a row - no matter where you are
Jumping jumper - get sponsored to do a challenge with a twist. You could run 10k in a jumper, cycle to the next town and back, or star jump in a jumper for as long as you can!
- With how fast everything changes, it can be hard to keep up! The best way to make sure your event follows the most up-to-date guidelines is to check the UK government's coronavirus website
- If you're feeling unwell, don't take part in the event and instead follow government guidance on immediate self-isolation
- Use face coverings like masks to protect yourself and others
- Wash your hands regularly, using soap and water or with a hand sanitiser (if soap and water aren't available)
- Keep at least a 2m distance from other people
- Where possible, don't handle cash. Pay in online using our form (this'll be live here nearer the time!) or via our super-friendly team on the phone at 0808 281 0131
- If it's not possible to pay in any other way except cash, visit our FAQs page for more recommendations on how to do this safely
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