NSPCC can help you get a letter from Santa

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To help share the magic of Christmas with children here in Northern Ireland and around the world, the NSPCC has once again teamed up with Santa to send personalised letters all the way from Lapland in return for a suggested donation of £5.

And this year, Santa has been hard at work, finding new ways to make each letter even more special.

A brand new, colourful illustration style and characters and stories tailored to specific age groups are complemented by more personalisation in the letters, further enhancing the magic of receiving a letter from the man himself.

Parents can choose whether the letter is signed by Santa or Father Christmas, and each letter now comes complete with an age appropriate game for children to play.

For the first time, those requesting a Letter from Santa will be able to write a personal P.S. message, and will receive a complimentary pack including games, recipes and activities to help make the experience even more enchanting. Santa has even written a special poem to celebrate Baby’s First Christmas – a keepsake to treasure for years to come.

Yasmin from Glasgow requested a Letter from Santa in 2014 and said: “My seven year old thought it was fantastic. He couldn’t get over the fact that Santa knew so much about him”.

By making a donation to the NSPCC, parents will be able to share the magic of Christmas with their loved ones, whilst helping the charity keep more children safe. Request your Letter until December 20 at www.nspcc.org.uk/santa for a suggested donation of £5 to the NSPCC.