The Magic in the Holidays Discovered with Letters to Santa, Macy’s and Make-A-Wish Foundation

2012SantaBusTourThe holidays are supposed to be about magic.  About beautiful lights, colorful sights, the warmth of giving, and the promise of hope.  Put it all together, and it’s magic.  Only, not for everyone.  Macy’s is working to change that… and you can help too.

Macy’s is bringing you the Magic of Santa in the holidays with a 26 city Santa Tour.  When you come to visit Santa, bring along your Letters to Santa and they will donate $1 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation for every letter delivered, and help others Believe in the Magic of the holiday.

What a gift!  The promise of hope delivered by you and your child simply for bringing your Letters to Santa while visiting Santa.  Your letters will help to make another child’s wish come true.

That’s the Magic of the Holidays.

Santa has been visiting malls around the country since November 26th.  When all is done, 26 cities will be visited.  For those of you in Denver, you can help make a child’s wish come true and visit Santa at Macy’s in Park Meadows:

December 11, 2012 at 6PM
Macy’s Park Meadows
8455 Park Meadows Center Dr, Littleton, CO 80124

Not in Denver, but want to join in?  Check out this list of the 26 cities to see if yours is on the list.

More info:  

Create a Letter (what a great way for you and your kids to get your letter ready)
Locate A (Santa) Letterbox (can’t make a date… you can deliver your letter anyway)
26 Cities in Macy’s Santa Tour (see if yours is next)
Map to Park Meadows Mall (courtesy of Google)
Make-A-Wish and Macy’s together
Why not check out Macy’s Gift Guide

This is a sponsored post, however, my family and I will be headed to meet Santa and deliver our letters.

 

Gina St. Aubin
Gina St. Aubin is a former Victim’s Advocate who now advocates for those with intellectual and physical challenges. Her eldest son is diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, Electrical Status Epilepticus during Sleep / Landau-Kleffner Syndrome (a rare epileptic disorder causing verbal aphasia) and Developmental Delays. In June, 2012, her son also underwent a successful hemispherectomy. Gina is the editor, author and owner of Special Happens, serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the SPD Foundation, and resides in Colorado where she is a mother of 3, wife, blogger, writer and special needs advocate. You can reach Gina through various Special Happens connections on Facebook and Twitter, or email her directly.
Gina St. Aubin
Gina St. Aubin

Gina St. Aubin
Gina St. Aubin is a former Victim’s Advocate who now advocates for those with intellectual and physical challenges. Her eldest son is diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, Electrical Status Epilepticus during Sleep / Landau-Kleffner Syndrome (a rare epileptic disorder causing verbal aphasia) and Developmental Delays. In June, 2012, her son also underwent a successful hemispherectomy. Gina is the editor, author and owner of Special Happens, serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the SPD Foundation, and resides in Colorado where she is a mother of 3, wife, blogger, writer and special needs advocate. You can reach Gina through various Special Happens connections on Facebook and Twitter, or email her directly.
Gina St. Aubin
Gina St. Aubin

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