It’s time to start feeling festive & at DY HQ we have our office Christmas tree standing tall, secret Santa’s drawn and are all beginning to feel the excitement.
As Christmas time is all about giving, we wanted to give you plenty of new downloads and have lots to offer on our free downloads page, from knitted present bags to children’s sweaters and & our previous years classics, the advent blanket & bauble-along.
Save The Children are once again fundraising with their Christmas Jumper Day campaign and we have signed up to fundraise for this worthy cause.
There are two jumper downloads on our free downloads page and we kindly ask that for every download a £2 donation to the charity is made. Our text code appears next to the download link and all the money goes straight to Save The Children.
We will also be wearing our woollies to work on Friday December 16th and each donating ourselves, there is talk of baked goods sales too to tot up the total. So why not get involved, dig out your best festive knits, wear them on December 16th, share your pictures with us on social media and of course donate £2 to the campaign via our text code: TEAMDYXMAS1 to 70050
You can also donate any amount straight to the charity’s main fundraising page via this link: https://secure.savethechildren.org.uk/donate/
Now to wish all of our customers and extended customers a very Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year.
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