09 Aug 2022

Here's how parents in Derry can make sure that their children get a personalised letter from Santa in the run-up to Christmas

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The people of Derry are being urged to support the vital work of the NSPCC by requesting a personalised letter from Father Christmas 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.

All the NSPCC ask in return is a donation to help us be there for children, whatever their worries, this Christmas and beyond. £5 could buy paints to help a child who has suffered abuse to express themselves as part of our NSPCC recovery programmes. £8 could cover the cost for our volunteer counsellors to answer two calls to Childline.

In 2017/18 our volunteers handled at least 5,174 counselling sessions with children contacting them from Northern Ireland.

Without the support of people in the north west we simply wouldn’t be able to deliver our vital services which offer a lifeline to many children and young people whose lives have been affected by abuse or neglect.

Your donations will help our fight for every childhood. Abuse ruins childhoods, but it can be prevented.

To find out more about the NSPCC’s Letter from Santa visit

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