With the help of the NSPCC, parents in Salford can ensure their children receive a personalised letter from the big man himself.
Each letter is printed and posted directly to your child in a festive envelope. You can choose the background design and fill in your child’s personal information.
Donations can be made to the charity in exchange for the special letter, and of course to cover postage all the way from the North Pole.
— NSPCC (@NSPCC) December 6, 2018
Paints can be bought for just £5 to help a child who has suffered abuse. The paints help the child express themselves as part of our NSPCC recovery programmes. £8 could cover the cost for their volunteer counsellors to answer two calls to Childline.
In the past school year, the NSPCC visited schools with their ‘Speak Out Stay Safe’ assemblies and workshops. These were attended by 7,381 children across 26 primary schools in Salford.
“For a child who’s being neglected, Christmas is yet another cold, dark and lonely time. But, with your support, we can turn their lives around.
Your donations will help our fight for every childhood. Abuse ruins childhoods, but it can be prevented.”
Visit here to order a letter for your child!