Yule love the all-new Screwfix Christmas jumper!

With the festive season just around the corner, omnichannel retailer, Screwfix has launched its very own Christmas jumper for tradespeople and serious DIYers looking to add some fun to their wardrobes this year. 

For the first time ever, Screwfix customers can buy a tool-themed colourful Christmas jumper with 100% of the profits from all sales going to The Screwfix Foundation, meaning those who purchase the branded jumper can not only look good but also feel good too. 

Ideal to wear or gift to a loved one, the Christmas jumper retails at £19.99. Its eye-catching design combines a traditional yuletide pattern, with a quirky visual take on the range of tools available from Screwfix.  

Available in a variety of sizes, from small to XXL, the jumper can be ordered online at www.screwfix.com, via the app, 24/7 call centre or in store. 

All profits generated from sales of the limited-edition jumper will be donated to The Screwfix Foundation, a grant-giving charity with a clear purpose to support projects that improve, repair, and maintain homes and community facilities used by those in need across the UK.  

Jack Wallace, Marketing Director for Screwfix, says: “Our customers have told us how much they’d love a Screwfix Christmas jumper, so it’s great that we’re not only able to fulfil their Christmas wish lists this year, but in doing so, we’re also able to raise much needed funds for The Screwfix Foundation. 

“We hope our customers love it as much as we do!” 

Set up in 2013 to give back to local communities, The Screwfix Foundation has been donating to charities and not-for-profit organisations to help fix, repair, maintain and improve facilities for those in need.

Customers and suppliers of Screwfix, and colleagues at Screwfix, have raised an incredible £13m over the last 10 years, which has been donated to more than 2500 organisations. In the last two years alone, more than half a million people have been impacted by donations from The Screwfix Foundation.   


To know more about the Screwfix Foundation, please visit www.screwfixfoundation.com and follow the charity on Facebook and Instagram.