NAT Group bus drivers across south Wales will be donning their most festive woolies while fundraising for Save the Children this Christmas Jumper Day. On Friday 13 December, more than 300 employees across NAT’s three depots in Cardiff, Swansea and Pontypridd, will be invited to wear a Christmas ensemble to work and donate towards one of the UK’s largest children’s charities. Save the Children works throughout the UK and around the world to ensure children are safe and healthy and support them to learn, grow and become who they want to be.
NAT Group Managing Director, Adam Keen, said: “Save the Children is a very worthwhile cause that we’re proud to support and are encouraging all of our drivers to get involved. Our passengers will also be able to get involved and on Friday 13th – the sight of some of our drivers in their favourite Christmas jumpers will hopefully give them a nudge to donate.”
Passengers can donate via Just Giving https://tinyurl.com/wys2np7 and give just £2 to help NAT reach its fundraising total.
For more information about NAT Group visit www.natgroup.co.uk. For further information about Save the Children and the work they do, visit www.savethechildren.org.uk.