As the venture enters its third year, children's charity Save the Children is asking even more people across the UK to join the woolly revolution to help "make the world better with a sweater".
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Myleene Klass, Frankie Bridge and Fearne Cotton in their festive jumpers in aid of Save the Children
The jumpers will raise funds for Save the Children’s vital work in some of the toughest parts of the world and here in the UK and some of the jumpers will be available to buy in Asda stores nationwide and online at George.com.
All money raised from Christmas Jumper Day will go towards helping the most vulnerable children in the world. Globally, 6.6 million children still die before their fifth birthday every year, most from easily preventable illnesses such as malaria.
Closer to home, in the UK more than 3.5 million children are living in poverty. While their peers come to school well fed, well rested and prepared to learn, these poorer children are missing out on a fair start in life.
Fearne Cotton and Myleene Klass are supporting Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day campaign on Friday 12 December to "make the world better with a sweater". Join them and donate £2 to take part. To find out more visit christmasjumperday.org.
Photographer: Ray Burmiston/Save the Children