Believe it or not, it’s only seven weeks before Christmas Day.
And you know what that means — time to go shopping!
But if you’re looking for a gift that will go to a good cause while delighting your favorite music fan, look no further than the jumpers put out by Selfish Mother, founder of The FMLY Store, whose proceeds will go towards the Save The Children Foundation.
The Save the Children Fund, commonly known as Save the Children, is an international non-governmental organization that promotes children’s rights, provides relief and helps support children in developing countries. To date, Selfish Mother has helped raise 150,000 GBP (about $200,00 USD) for the cause.
This year, the big celebrities pushing the cause are One Direction star Liam Payne and supermodel-turned-mogul Kate Moss.
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Join me and help spread the LOVE this year by buying a @SelfishMother jumper from their #ChristmasJumperDay collection to help raise vital funds for @SaveChildrenUK. The charity does such incredible work for children all over the world so I urge you to support it by heading to @TheFMLYstore to choose your favourite. 50% of the price will be donated to help children in the world’s toughest countries. Shot by the legend @gregwilliamsphotography ?#iamachristmasjumper
Other celebrities who will be wearing the jumpers for charity include Mo Farah, Erin O’Connor, Luke Evans and David Gandy.
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Want to make the world better with a sweater this Christmas Jumper Day? Check out our collection by @selfishmother worn by some familiar faces! Scroll through ? to find your favourite and order one today from @thefmlystore. You’ll look fabulous and feel great as 50% of the cost goes towards our work helping children around the world. Shot by the lovely ?@gregwilliamsphotography #ChristmasJumperDay #SelfishMother #XmasJumperDay
In the United Kingdom, where the charity is located, Selfish Mother will be hosting the annual Christmas Jumper Day on December 14.
“The money raised from the sale of these sweatshirts could help Save the Children bring essentials like healthcare, education, protection and food to the millions of children around the world who are missing out on the most basic support,” the charity said in a statement.
Four designs of the jumper are available — “peace,” “joy,” “love,” and “hope” — and are available in two colors. The jumpers retail for 55 GBP (about $70 USD) and can be purchased here. Pre-orders are available now.
“You’ll look fabulous and feel great as 50% of the cost goes towards our work helping children around the world,” said the charity on its official Instagram page.
Will you be getting a shirt to support Save The Children? What do you hope to get for Christmas this year? Tweet us at @Fuzzable and let us know!