Ian Poulter and IJP Design are encouraging all golf fans to wear their IJP Design jumpers over Christmas, donate to the charity Dreamflight and share images across social media using the hashtag #ChangingLives.
Poulter, who is a long-term supporter of Dreamflight and recently raised over £45,000 for the charity via an online auction of old equipment, launched the social media fundraising campaign earlier this week with his own photo from his home in Florida. Other IJP Design ambassadors including Phil Golding and Dreamflight Co-Founder Patricia Pearce MBE have followed suit.
On launching the campaign Poulter said, "If I can do anything with what I do in the game of golf to see these kids benefit, I’m happy to do more and more, to make sure we get more and more children to Orlando having the time of their lives."
IJP Design is asking golf fans to donate whatever they can afford this Christmas via the IJP Design JustGiving website and share a photo across social media with:
“I’m wearing my @IJPDesign Xmas jumper and donating to @Dreamflight this Xmas. #ChangingLives”
Dreamflight is a UK charity that changes young lives by taking children with serious illnesses or a disability, without their parents, on the holiday of a lifetime to Orlando, Florida. Established in 1987, Dreamflight believes that fun and joy are just as important as medical research and equipment - especially for children who perhaps can't wait long enough for the breakthrough they need or whose illnesses and treatments have brought pain, distress and disruption to their lives.