Per­sonal touch can mean so much

Harefield Gazette - - OPINION - CLAIRE WHIT­TLE NSPCC fundrais­ing man­ager

AS we ap­proach the fes­tive sea­son I would like to ask your read­ers to do some­thing amaz­ing this Christ­mas to sup­port the work of the NSPCC.

Santa has teamed up with the NSPCC to send mag­i­cal, per­son­alised let­ters straight from the North Pole.The let­ters are per­son­ally tai­lored to each child, with men­tion for in­stance of their best friend or con­grat­u­lat­ing them on an achieve­ment at school, and all we ask in re­turn is a £5 do­na­tion – that £5 could en­able the NSPCC’s ChildLine ser­vice to an­swer a child’s call for help.

With­out back­ing, we sim­ply wouldn’t be able to de­liver our ser­vices which are so of­ten a life­line to many chil­dren and young peo­ple whose lives have been af­fected by abuse, so a huge thank you to ev­ery­one who has al­ready helped in some way this year and if you can do this one ex­tra thing it could make all the dif­fer­ence to a scared or lonely child this Christ­mas.

Any­one wish­ing to find out more about ‘NSPCC Let­ter from Santa’ should call 0845 130 3073 or visit nspcc.org.uk/Santa

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