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Send personalized Santa letter to your true believers and support local nonprofits too; now, that’s a gift

Every year, hundreds of thousands of children write letters to Santa. But how many times does he write back?

This year, your child can receive a personalized letter from the jolly old elf himself — and you can support a local nonprofit at the same time.

Three Northern Kentucky organizations, Baker Hunt Art & Cultural Center, Behringer-Crawford Museum, and Brighton Center are partnering with the team from the North Pole to send some holiday joy right to your mailbox

Here’s how it works: you purchase a letter at NKY Letters from Santa for $20. You will receive an emailed “Elf Form” to provide Santa with information about your child so he can personalize the letter. Within three business days, the child’s letter will be mailed inside an outer envelope, addressed to the purchaser.

Your child’s letter will be signed by hand and have a hoofprint from one of the reindeer.

Since Santa and Mrs. Claus often bake this time of year, the letter will smell like cookies.

Other charming details include a few flakes of faux snow, a wax seal with Santa’s special mark, and a Christmas stamp postmarked from the North Pole.

Children in the same household will each receive a different letter (Santa pays attention to things like that).

At checkout, you can select which of the three organizations will receive the donation.

Santa was heard commenting, “I love all the work these nonprofits are doing for children in the area.”

To learn more and order a letter for your child, please visit NKY Letters from Santa.

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