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Letter from Santa when you donate to NSPCC £5.00

£5.00 @ NSPCC
For a suggested donation of £5, we can arrange for Santa to take time out of his busy schedule and send one of our magical letters to a child, family member, friend or any other big kid you know! W…
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
For a suggested donation of £5, we can arrange for Santa to take time out of his busy schedule and send one of our magical letters to a child, family member, friend or any other big kid you know!

We even have a special Baby's First Christmas letter, the perfect keepsake for newborns.

The letters are colourful, beautifully illustrated and personalised with the childs name, address and age. We have different letters for children of different age groups and every child in the same household will receive different letters.
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#1
H&R Plus i will donate.
#2
Santa's not real...
#3
Just FYI they don't operate in Scotland
#4
fulyue
Santa's not real...


Like anyone is going to believe you.
#5
but my neice can't read yet for her 1st christmas :)
banned#6
Santa is under investigation by the NSPCE (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Elves) apparently the Elves do not only work at xmas time gang master Santa has been leasing the Elves to Nike and they have been working in a sweat shop in Thailand making trainers throughout the year.It is believed Santa has resorted to this to help pay for his £500 a day crack addiction, when asked about his boss, Rudolph (the red nose reindeer) was too inebriated to comment in full but did tell everyone to "**** off" while trying to mount a Turkey.
#7
Thanks, bookmarked the page and will definitely be doing this nearer the time (dont want it sent out in november!)

We already donate to the NSPCC, good cause
#8
fulyue;6703503
Santa's not real...

Neither is god. :thumbsup:
#9
Sent one to the Mrs for a laugh, hopefully put a smile on her face.
#10
a little time on your computer could produce a similar letter from santa that is fakely stamped like these ones to amek your children believe that santa knows how to use microsoft office...looking cool to the tech savvy kids these days.
banned#11
#12
it wont get to you till after christmas sculpturatus, theres a postal strike here ;) lol
#13
NSPCC give us the kid gets it (or in this case doesn't get it)

Their ads are shameless emotional exploitation.
#14
..hopefully there is a minimum donation and it won't let you order if you donate 0p?
#15
LightningPete
a little time on your computer could produce a similar letter from santa that is fakely stamped like these ones to amek your children believe that santa knows how to use microsoft office...looking cool to the tech savvy kids these days.


Yes, but this way a charity benefits. Basically, you are donating to charity and as a nice touch they are sending the letter.

Plenty of companies charge for letters like this (and people actually pay for them!) and keep the money

sculpturatus


I made a post about this HERE

Going to do this instead though
#16
sculpturatus


It'll cost you a stamp :thumbsup:
#17
sculpturatus


i think every kid gets the same letter with royal mail, this is charitable and its personalised which is a nice touch

:thumbsup:
#18
I wonder if they do what the RSPCA do and sell their data lists to companies like AXA-PP healthcare etc to telemarket & cold call people.... Believe you me, unfortunately I know several so called charities that do just this... and I know even more telemarketing companies with 10k-100k contracts who make the calls. :whistling:

Charities aren't as pretty as they may like you to think however I must say that I’ve never heard of the NSPCC to do this (although it doesn’t mean they don’t!) :thumbsup:
#19
whitbyfish
NSPCC give us the kid gets it (or in this case doesn't get it)

Their ads are shameless emotional exploitation.


Eh? :?
#20
I got 4 of these last year for my kids and nephew and to be honest thought they were a bit rubbish! Will just give the NSPCC the twenty quid this year and send some myself I think.

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