Admissions Of a Working Mother, aka Sarah has linked up her post on #FabFridayPost Linky with me yesterday: BECAUSE CHRISTMAS IS A TIME FOR CHILDREN AND EVERY CHILDHOOD IS WORTH FIGHTING FOR.
I thought that this was a Fab idea! Ethan did not received a letter from Santa this year like he did when he was at his pre-school last year – so this is a perfect. Both a letter from Santa and as well as helping the kids at NSPCC.
I then went to explore their website and have to agree with Sarah, that the website is pretty self-explanatory – it was easy to use and quick in the process from start to finish. Here are the steps:
- Choose a template – there are 8 templates – various in age group suggestions
- Choose a language – English or Welsh
- Who is this letter for? – Type in details
- Personalise your letter – Type in details
- Would you like to add a personal message? – Type in details if you wish
- Pay & You are Done!
So simple! Easy as pie! It took me less than 10 minutes.
The letter will be emailed to you to print off. Here is Evelyn’s one:
As Sarah mentioned: your donation covers the production of the letter and then goes towards helping vulnerable children.
- Donating £5 could buy paints to help a child who has been abused to express their feelings and begin to feel like themselves again
- Donating £12 could pay for three children to speak to a ChildLine counsellor.
- Donating £25 could pay for a trained practitioner to deliver one hour of support through the NSPCC helpline to adults worried about a child
I don’t know if you noticed that in association with Letter from Santa 2015 and NSPCC, Cafe Rouge would like to thank you for your generous donation and are delighted to offer you a free kids meal with every adult main meal purchased for your generosity when you donate £10 or more.
So, you donate; you get Santa’s letters; your kids will be happy; you help the kids at NSPCC; they are happy; and you also get a kid free meal – what more of a Christmas giving can this be? Merry Christmas Everyone! Xx
*This is not a sponsored post, just like Sarah, I would like to share something I did and wanted to help spread the word. Let’s share the Magic!
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