Children’s charity NSPCC is helping to make children’s Christmas wishes come true by teaming up with Santa to send out personalised letters.
The letters from Santa himself include the child’s (or big kid’s) name, age, gender, and a few other details only he could know. Santa has even written a special poem to celebrate baby’s first Christmas too – a keepsake to treasure for years to come.
By requesting a Letter from Santa for a suggested donation of £5, the NSPCC can be there for vulnerable children, giving them someone to turn to when they need advice and support, this Christmas and beyond.
Every £5 raised could help the NSPCC’s ChildLine service be there whenever a child seeks help either online or by phone. Every £12 raised could help trained ChildLine Schools Service volunteers talk to one primary school child about abuse, improving their understanding of abuse and how they can stay safe. The ChildLine Schools Service has already spoken to almost 600 children in schools across Angus.
Nadia Whitmore, NSPCC Scotland community fund-raising manager, said: “Christmas is such magical time of year for children so why not bring even more magic and excitement by ordering a Letter from Santa for a friend or relative and support the NSPCC during the festive season.”
Santa’s mailroom is open until December 15. Those who request a letter will be entered into a draw to win a Center Parcs holiday for a family of four.
Request your letter at www.nspcc.org.uk/santa or by calling 0845 839 9304.