Once again, Castle Water will take part in raising money for Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day.

For the third year running, Castle Water will help to ‘make the world better with a sweater’ on Friday 13 December 2019 when employees will don their festive knits to support Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day.

As partners of Save the Children, Castle Water supports the charity through various fundraising campaigns through-out the year including Christmas Jumper Day. Read more about our partnership here.

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Castle Water employees will donate £2 to sport a Christmas jumper for the day and will also raise funds with activities including a bake sale and raffle. Last year Castle Water raised £1,088 for the charity and hope to do even better this year. Importantly, however, amongst all this festive cheer, donations raised go to a very serious and worthwhile cause.

John Reynolds OBE, Castle Water's CEO, said:

Castle Water is pleased to partner with Save the Children which works in more than 120 countries to save children’s lives, fight for their rights and help them fulfil their potential and through-out December, Castle Water will donate £100 when a customer applies online to pay their bills by Direct Debit. It's really easy to do at castlewater.co.uk/donate-100.

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All money raised through Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day could help give a child living in a refugee camp clothes to keep them warm through winter, buy nutritious food for families, or set up a safe space to give children the chance to be children again. It’s a great, fun way to solve some very serious issues!

'When Disaster Strikes...Water Is Life!'- Castle Water & Save the Children.

Existing customers: switch to pay by Direct Debit today and we'll donate £100 to Save the Children. Simply go to castlewater.co.uk/donate-100.


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