The NSPCC’s annual Letter from Santa fund-raising campaign is back and the children’s charity is calling on local people and businesses in Angus to become ‘Santa’s Little Helpers’ by helping to promote the festive fund-raising initiative.
Last year, Letter from Santa raised £1.7 million across the UK with 16,358 letters delivered to children and families in Scotland.
This year, the charity hopes to raise even more and is appealing to local people and business owners to help by distributing a few leaflets in their local communities, or even better, requesting a Letter from Santa themselves.
Money raised by Letter from Santa will support the NSPCC’s services for children and young people in Scotland and across the UK. These include ChildLine, the confidential and free 24 hour helpline for children and young people.
There are five magical styles of NSPCC Letter from Santa for children of all ages, making them the ideal gift for families with more than one child as each child can receive a truly unique letter.
Santa can even write a special letter to celebrate Baby’s First Christmas – a keepsake to treasure for years to come.
The reindeer mailroom is open now until December 17, and all those who request a Letter from Santa this year will be entered into a free prize draw to win a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Lapland for a family of four.
Request your letter for a suggested donation of £5 from www.nspcc.org.uk/santa or alternatively you can call 0845 839 9304. To find out more ‘phone 0844 892 0212 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.