Boys and girls all over the world write letters to Santa every year. But did you know that Santa also sends letters, straight from the North Pole?

Of course, Santa is a busy guy and needs a little help to keep up with his correspondence, so he works with volunteer organizations around the country, including members of the John C. Lincoln Medical Center Auxiliary.

Instructions on how to receive a letter from Santa can be found at Follow the instructions on the form and send $5 per letter to the Auxiliary by the Nov. 18 deadline. Letters are personalized and postmarked North Pole.

Note that late forms will not be accepted. Santa outsources mailing to the post office and the postal “elves” require a bit of lead time to get all the letters out.



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