Letter from Santa

Bring some festive sparkle to your little ones’ eyes with a Letter from Santa and help protect children this Christmas. Order yours by 14 December to get it in time for Christmas.

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Create your extra special Letter from Santa in three easy steps.

1. Choose a theme

Select the perfect letter for your child with a choice of eight festive designs.

2. Add details to dazzle

Personalise your child’s letter with their top achievement, favourite hobby and more.

3. Make a donation

Donate to help us be here for children this Christmas.

Spread the goodwill

£4 could pay for a child to speak to Childline this Christmas. Can you add a little bit more? It will go a very long way. Thank you.

Time is running out!

Santa’s nearly ready to jump in his sleigh and deliver his letters, and we don’t want the little ones in your life to miss out on the magic! Order yours by 14 December to get a personalised letter sent straight to their doorstep.

Father and daughter read Letter from Santa

With a Letter from Santa, your child will receive a personalised letter straight from the North Pole, including their name, age, what they want for Christmas and even a special P.S. message. Available in English and Welsh, and with eight festive designs to choose from, there really is something for every child – even the family pet!

Every donation you give for a Letter from Santa could help Childline be here for children who need someone to listen this Christmas – 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, even on Christmas Day. 

"@NSPCC you brought so much excitement into our house tonight. Thanks so much for your letters, which as always are so loved!!" Parent, Twitter

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How your donation will help

£8 could answer two calls to Childline, whenever a child needs help – even on Christmas Day.

£12 could answer calls from three children who need to speak to Childline this Christmas.

£25 could pay towards training Childline volunteer counsellors to be here for children when they need us.


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