MPA gets in the Christmas spirit
In the lead up to Christmas when we are buying presents for our friends and family, it’s important to think of those who are less fortunate and be lucky enough to have a fun filled Christmas surrounded by loved ones. This is why last week, alongside the rest of the UK, MPA took part in National Christmas Jumper Day.
Our staff donated money to show off their most outrageous knitwear. Some were stylish, some were funny, some were just plain terrible. It was however, a great way to get into the Christmas spirit. All proceeds went to Save the Children. A charity which helped over 22 million children around the world last year, through innovative work and strong campaigning on changing key issues. No child should ever go hungry or face poverty, no matter who or where they are in the world. And Save the Children are working tirelessly to try and make this a reality.
MPA would also like to take this chance to wish everyone Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. After a year of change and growth within MPA, we are excited to continue our work into 2018 and see what the New Year has in store for us.