Christmas 2016 – That Important Letter from Santa

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With the younger kids, one of the bigger things is to get something personalised. Well with help from the NSPCC you can get a letter for your child from Santa.

 

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For a suggested donation of £5, you can request a personalised Letter from Santa with magical illustrations delivered by RudolphMail. Letters are age appropriate, with shorter copy that’s easier to read for younger children and longer letters for more advanced readers. We also have different age categories to make selecting the right letter quick and easy (1-3, 4-5, 6+, Baby’s First and Grown Up letter).

When you complete your details online, there’s a choice of eight letter designs to choose from. Each are personalised with the child’s name, address, gender, age, best friend or family member’s name, and a personalised P.S. message.

 

Sample Letter from Father Christmas. Picture provided by NSPCC.

Sample Letter from Father Christmas. Picture provided by NSPCC.

What the Donation does….

  • £5 could buy pants to help a child who has been abused to express their feelings and begin to feel like themselves again.
  • £8 could cover the cost for their volunteer counsellors to answer 2 calls to Childline. (On average, a child contacts Childline every 25 seconds – you can help us be there to answer every call this Christmas)
  • £10 could help them answer 2 calls to the NSPCC helpline from adults concerned about the welfare of a child.

Thoughts

As a young kid, we would want a letter from Santa – showing that a excellent touch of uniqueness and personalised flavour to what you get them.  Added bonus being the money is for charity.  

 

For More Info

The link is at the top in Letter for Santa. But here it is again – Link.

 

 

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