Redhill employees joined in the festive fun on Save The Children’s Christmas Jumper Day, with a great turn out of winter woollies and amazing knits.
The charity event, which took place on Friday 14th December, saw Redhill joining thousands of companies and individuals across the country in supporting Save The Children, raising a total of £90.
As always, Redhill employees got behind the charity initiative, donning their favourite festive knits and having a great time raising funds for this deserving children’s cause.
Everyone participating donated £2 to wear a jumper, helping to build a better future for children. Just £2 pays for antibiotics to treat five children suffering from pneumonia, which is one the biggest killers of children.
In addition, staff paid 50p to vote for one of the managers to wear a Santa suit, with Works Manager, Kevin Balcombe, a clear winner. Staff also paid £2 to enter a Christmas Sweepstake, with a chance to win £30, and brought their own food to share on the day.
The event highlights the generosity and enthusiasm of Redhill employees in supporting charitable causes, and ability to work as a team to achieve results.