Olivia Bowen, Kaz Kamwi and Paige Turley launch Christmas jumpers for a very special cause

Other celeb supporters include Katie Piper, Larry Lamb and Dr Ranj

Action for Children

by Aimee Jakes |
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Olivia Bowen,Kaz Kamwi, Paige Turley and more have joined forces with Action for Children to celebrate the launch of their Secret Santa appeal, which includes annual Christmas jumpers, t-shirts and tote bags.

Other famous faces supporting the campaign include Katie Piper, Larry Lamb, Nadia Sawalha, Dr Ranj and Ore Odub who are all working tirelessly this Christmas to help raise money for a great cause.


Action for Children is a children's charity who work hard all year round to ensure children across the UK feel safe and happy, providing services which allow them to step in to help when times get tough.

For most of us, the festive season is a happy time. But there are children all over the UK who face a very different Christmas. A Christmas without food, warmth or love. Action for Children is doing everything they can to change this.

Kaz Kamwi, Love Island star and Action for Children ambassador, shared the campaign on Instagram.

"I’m so so so happy to share that I’m supporting @actionforchildrenuk Secret Santa Appeal !!🎅

It’s obvi the season to wear your best festive jumper….So this Christmas, choose one that makes a difference. Your jumper will help vulnerable children have a safe and happy childhood."

We completely agree, it's never been a better time to make a difference. 👏🏻

Adult sweatshirts are available in grey and black, in sizes 8-18 for women and size S-XXL for men, all for £35.

Shop the Action for Children 2021 jumpers,here.

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About Action for Children:

Action for Children protects and supports vulnerable children and young people by providing practical and emotional care and support, ensuring their voices are heard and campaigning to bring lasting improvements to their lives. With 512 services across the UK, in schools and online, in 2020 and 2021 they helped 604,885 children, young people and families.

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