Get a letter from Santa this Christmas

By staff writers
13 Oct 2009
Get a letter from Santa this Christmas

You can add some huge excitement to a child's Christmas this year, by getting a personalised letter sent to them from Santa, thanks to the NSPCC.

And as an added bonus, you won't just be making your child's Christmas with their letter from Santa, but helping other children too.

Usually, millions of children would be sending letters to Santa, and Father Christmas would be spending all his time reading them. But the NSPCC are so special to Santa that they have persuaded Father Christmas to take time out of his busy schedule and send a letter to whomever you choose.

For a suggested donation to the children's charity of just £5, Santa (Father Christmas) will write a personalised letter to the child of your choice, a family member, friend or any other big kid you know!

You can also order a special Baby's First Christmas letter from Santa - the perfect keepsake for newborns.

The NSPCC scheme is in its ninth year and has now sent letters to more than 300,000 boys and girls on behalf of Santa. Santa's letters are beautifully illustrated, and colourful. For that extra Christmas touch the letters are also posted direct via 'Rudolph Mail' in a special envelope.

Your donation will also help the NSPCC bring an end to cruelty to children. Every £20 donated could help to answer five calls to ChildLine, the NSPCC’s free and confidential 24-hour helpline for young people in need of advice and support.

You can get your letter from Father Christmas anytime until 16th December.

Find out more and order your letter now (until 16th December) here

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