Help the Stroke Association - and get a letter from Santa!

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Make a child’s Christmas this year and get a letter from Santa sent to them thanks to the Stroke Association.

The charity is asking for donations so that Santa can send a personal letter, by sleigh mail, to children throughout the country as a special surprise.

If it is your baby’s first Christmas then Santa can even write a letter to celebrate this occasion too.

Santa’s letters, complete with magic dust, will be posted in hand written envelopes between now and December 16, for a £5 donation to the Stroke Association. Orders will be taken until December 14.

Kirsty Scott, Fundraiser for the Stroke Association in Scotland, said “There are many children living with the devastating effects of stroke across Scotland. Health and education professionals don’t always understand the needs of children with strokes, as childhood stroke is relatively uncommon.

“That’s why a five pound contribution will enable your child to receive the most exciting letter of their year and help fund vital research as well as support thousands of people who will be coping with the effects of stroke this Christmas.”

You can find out more by visiting stroke.org.uk/santa by calling 0131 555 7252 or e-mailing scotlandfundraising@stroke.org.uk

More information about stroke is available by visiting www.stroke.org.uk