Here at Pennies we like to do our bit to encourage the Christmas spirit – and what better way to make Christmas truly memorable than by sending a child you know a magical Letter from Santa.

That’s what one of the charities sharing part of every donation made via Pennies is encouraging people to do this year. Simply visit their special Christmas website, make a suggested donation of £5 to the NSPCC, and your child will receive a fun, colourful and personalised letter from the man himself – the perfect gift.

Each letter is uniquely personalised with the child’s name, age, address, gender and best friend’s name, and there’s also the chance to include a final ‘PS.’ thought from Santa when you order online. The illustrated letters arrive via reindeer mail to make the experience truly unforgettable andchildren will be amazed that Santa knows them so well!

There are five letters to choose from, each with its own story and illustration, making this the ideal gift for children (and even adults) of all ages. Santa can also write a special letter to celebrate Baby’s First Christmas – a keepsake to treasure for years to come.

By sending a Letter from Santa, you can make a child’s Christmas and help the NSPCC protect children all year round. Every £5 raised by Letter from Santa could help ChildLine be there whenever a child seeks help, either online or by phone. And every £25 could enable a trained practitioner to provide one hour’s support through the NSPCC’s helpline for adults who are concerned about a child. You can read more about the impact your donations have for this Pennies recipient charity in this blog post from earlier this year.

What a great idea! Santa’s little helpers will be ready to take your order from 1 October until 17 December 2012 either online or over the phone (0845 839 9304). And all those who request a Letter from Santa this year will be entered into a free prize draw to win a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Lapland for a family of four.




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