12 Days of Ugly Christmas Sweaters

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The winter holidays have arrived and the best part about it is that we get to stay in our cozy routines at home! We can still find ways to get into the Christmas spirit while staying at home with our immediate housemates or family. Ugly Christmas sweaters are a holiday season staple and the perfect festive attire for celebrating indoors. SF Goodwill will be featuring 12 Days of Ugly Christmas Sweaters in the online store! Your purchases have a purpose. Your Ugly Christmas Sweater finds will directly support free career services and jobs for local people facing multiple barriers to employment. The community we serve is especially vulnerable during this time of year, your holiday shopping will make a big impact on their lives. Below is a preview of the sweater styles we’ll be featuring this year:

Disney Christmas sweaters

Mickey Mouse Sweater Minnie Mouse Sweater

For many, Christmas is a, “Disney Christmas.” Binge Disney Christmas movies and wear sweaters with your favorite Disney characters. Country Living wrote an article listing 29 Christmas movies available to watch on Disney+ that will have you feeling festive.

Let’s get punny 

MistleToad SweaterCool Yule Sweater

On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me, endless puns! If you typically approach the season tongue and cheek, then punny sweaters are for you. You’ll be telling Santa jokes and wearing them too. 

What’s your favorite animal?

These sweaters are for the national geographic readers and animal planet viewers! Rep your favorite animals on Christmas day and tell your competition to moove over because they’ll never find a sweater as unique as yours. 

Join the Claus Family

This is your opportunity to dress up like Mr. and Mrs. Claus or even a snowman from the North Pole! Sip hot cocoa next to your Christmas tree and stay warm in these cozy sweaters. 

These sweaters will be listed on our shop online page on Friday, 12/4; stay tuned. You can also shop our retail stores, brimming with holiday finds.  Thank you for helping us create second chances through training and the dignity of work.

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