Wilde in the Community: Christmas Jumper day
December 16th, 2016
Wilde employees got into the festive and charitable spirit on 15th December, proudly wearing some of the best (and worst) Christmas outfits to raise over £170 for Save the Children.
You could easily be forgiven for mistaking the Wilde Analysis office for Santa’s Workshop this December, with elves, reindeer and even a visit from the big man himself. Perhaps Stockport and the North pole are more closely linked than we thought.
Joining tens of thousands of people up and down the country Wilde wanted to contribute to this campaign which will help to educate children as well as provide them with healthcare and protection in mid-Western Nepal. We at Wilde realise that not only is it important to be active contributors to our local community, but also our global community as well. At the time of writing the overall total stands at £132,398 raised and this is set to rise substantially over the coming week. To find out more about Christmas Jumper Day please click here, its not too late to make a difference.
Save the Children helped 17.5 million children last year alone through their world class programmes and crisis appeals and are major sources of aid to children in Yemen, Syria and Iraq. If you would like to learn more about the work done by Save the Children or to make a contribution to one of their many causes, please visit www.savethechildren.org.uk.