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Published on December 10th, 2013 | by Parenting Solo

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Help the NSPCC (and surprise a special child in your life)

This is a great way to support the brilliant work done by the NSPCC – and surprise a special little one in your life at the same time.

For a suggested donation of just £5, children can receive a personalised letter from Santa, with a festive story tailored to their age.

Parents (or whoever wants to organise the surprise) can choose from seven illustrated styles (so great if you want to purchase for lots of children or siblings) and the letter will feature the child’s name, age, their best friend’s name and their hobbies. New babies are not left out either, as Santa has even written a special poem to celebrate Baby’s First Christmas!

You can even choose to have the letter signed from either ‘Santa’ or ‘Father Christmas’ and they will arrive on your doormat via ‘Rudolph mail’.

SO cute and for such a good cause.

You can request your Letter from Santa at www.nspcc.org.uk/santa or by calling 0845 839 9304 until 17 December.

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