Jolly Jumpers is back for 2021 and we can’t wait to see your best (or worst!) Christmas Jumpers
We’re delighted to announce that Jolly Jumpers is back for 2021. Our popular Christmas campaign returns for a third year in a row. We’re so grateful to all the schools, businesses and individuals who have supported our Jolly Jumpers campaign. Proudly sponsored by Western Power Distribution.
Now it’s time to get competitive!
We are asking colleagues, pupils and friends to pick any day in the festive period your Jolly Jumper Day!
On the day ask your colleagues, friends, or pupils to make a donation to City Hospice for wearing their Christmas Jumper. From the office to the classroom or even on ZOOM – the choice is yours! By getting Christmassy for City Hospice you’ll be helping to provide much needed hospice care to patients all over Cardiff during the festive period.
All monies raised from this campaign will go towards supporting people with a
terminal cancer diagnosis and other life limiting conditions, helping them to live their fullest lives for as long as possible.
You will also be raising awareness of our incredible work and the difference that we make to families throughout Cardiff. Make sure you inform us of your chosen day, we would love to know your plans. We are going to create lots of awareness through this campaign, why not share your pictures with us on social media, tag us in @cityhospice, and use the hashtag #CHJollyJumpers – we would love to see them.
Western Power Distribution are proud to support City Hospice’s Jolly Jumpers campaign.
Ruth Adams, Corporate Communications Officer at WPD, xplains:
“At Western Power Distribution (WPD) we are at the heart of the community. Our staff who work for WPD live in the communities we serve. So we have developed our support to directly benefit organisations like City Hospice who provide medical, nursing and end of life care to patients and support their families.
We will be encouraging our staff to take part in the City Hospice Jolly Jumpers Days in December, even our Safety Superhero, Pylonman will get involved.
This year has been very challenging for charities like City Hospice, this is a great way to have some fun and raise money for such a worthy cause. Even though a lot of people may still be working from home, they can join in safely, virtually. Its an excellent way of keeping in touch with family, friends and colleagues during the festive season.
The work of City Hospice is really important, they do such a wonderful job in our community.”
Llanishen High School are getting festive to support Cardiff’s local hospice
Thomas, Head Boy explains:
“The Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge effect on charities such as City Hospice, LHS has made it their priority to help in any way we can. We couldn’t think of a better way to have some fun whilst raising vital funds for City Hospice.
We are so excited to take part in the Jolly Jumper’s campaign, but this is by no means a stopping point for us. As a school we are determined to go as far as we can and give as much as possible towards a cause so close to our hearts. In light of this, the charity sub-committee of the school council has brainstormed ideas of how we can further fundraise for City Hospice, which demonstrates our commitment and dedication to the charity.
It would be great to see other schools getting involved with Jolly Jumpers too to support our local Hospice this Christmas too!
If you’d like to take part in our Jolly Jumpers campaign please visit:
To talk to a fundraiser, please email email@example.com, we would love to know about your chosen Jolly Jumper day!