Making the world better with a festive woolly sweater

BG staff getting involved in Christmas Jumper Day

Making the World Better with a Festive Woolly Sweater

Staff at British Glass got involved in Save the Children’s ‘Christmas Jumper Day’ today, donning an array of impressive festive jumpers (see picture for proof!)

Now in its third year, the campaign has raised more than £1.6million to date and this year, the government has said it will double the money raised, matching every pound donated.

The money raised will go towards Save the Children’s work in 120 countries where just £2, for example, could pay for potentially life-saving antibiotics to treat three babies with infections.

Thank you to everyone who got involved and joined in the Christmas Spirit, with the government’s contribution included, we were delighted to raise over £50 for Save the Children and will definitely be getting involved again next year!
 

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