Santa Stamps Appeal 2016
Express delivery to the North Pole!
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Your school can make a real difference to the life of someone who is homeless this year by taking part in our Santa Stamps Appeal.

Children will be writing their letters to Santa soon and for a donation of €1 per child, they can receive a Santa Stamp envelope, guaranteeing express delivery of those all-important letters to the North Pole.

Santa Stamps are a fun and festive activity and a reminder of the true spirit of Christmas with the special envelopes ensuring hot food, shelter and kindness for people who are homeless in Cork this Christmas.

Now running for 10 years, the Santa Stamps Appeal is a long-standing and favourite Christmas activity among schools in Cork and Kerry. To sign up this year, just complete the form below and we’ll be in touch.

Class teachers can collect the special envelopes and return to Cork Simon Community and each child will receive a personalised reply from Santa!
 

Santa Stamps Order Form
Please complete the form below to book your Santa Stamp Envelopes

We will be in contact to confirm your order and organise payment.

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Phone Number (required)

Your School (required)

Your School's Address (required)

Number of Santa Stamp Envelopes (required)

For more information please contact Kate Hargrave:

kate.hargrave@corksimon.ie
021 4929 415

You can also download the booking form HERE

Other Ways Your School Can Get Involved
in support of people who are homeless in Cork
There are many ways that your school can make a difference this year. Here are just some examples of ways schools raise vital funds to support men and women who are homeless in Cork:
  • Christmas Santa Hat Day
  • Christmas Concert
  • Bake Sale or Jumble Sale
  • Non-Uniform or Dress-Up Day
For more information or to discuss an idea, please contact Kate Hargrave:

kate.hargrave@corksimon.ie
021 4929 415

 

 

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