Fullerton Parks and Recreation, Macy’s and CallAll send letters to St. Nick
It’s that time of year for children to let Santa Claus know what they want for Christmas. There are a variety of routes available to get your little ones letter to the North Pole ASAP.
Fullerton Parks and Recreation Department has setup a direct mailing line to Santa. Between Nov. 30 and Dec.16, the North Pole Express Mailboxes are located in the lobbies of Fullerton City Hall and Community Center and in the Children’s Library branches of the Fullerton Main Library and Hunt Branch Library.
All letters left in the mailboxes will be read and responded to by Santa himself. To make it easier for mailers, special letter forms are at each box. All that needs to be done is write the letter on the form and drop it and a return envelope in the box. Santa takes it from there. Only one letter per envelope. Macy’s is partnering with Make-A-Wish again this year with special mailboxes of their own collecting letters. For each letter received, Macy’s will donate $1 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
And if you don’t have time to make it to a letter center, for the third consecutive year CallAll, a voice conferencing service is offering a direct line to St. Nick. Children can call in and hear a special message from Santa Claus himself. And kids can leave their own private or public message for Santa as well.
“This Santa line has become very popular with little ones from across the country,” said Dan Murray of CallAll “Last year over 10,000 children heard Santa’s daily messages, leaving over 8,000 wishes in his mailbox.”
Children of all ages are encouraged to call in and the service is free.