Monday, November 19, 2012

Braille Letters from Santa

Your child can get a letter in Braille from Santa with the help of the National Federation of the Blind.

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Between November 19 and December 17, parents can go online at www.nfb.org and fill out a Santa Braille Letter request form. The form can also be printed and faxed to (410) 685-2340. Beginning November 27, the Braille letters from Santa will start going out to blind boys and girls around the country. The Braille letter will also be accompanied by a print copy (for mom and dad to read). Requests for letters must include the writer’s name, the child’s name, birthday, gender, mailing address, a telephone number, and e-mail address in case Santa’s helpers at the National Federation of the Blind have questions.

For more details visit: https://nfb.org/national-federation-blind-partners-santa-promote-braille-literacy-0

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

NOVEMBER 27,2012

Dear Penny and Family:
This is Shayla, I love your Daughter's LHON blog! It's fun and original. I enjoy reading about Abby's progress and determination!

Please continue to post more awsome things about your Amazing Daughter.

God Bless You All,
Merry Christams!
Shayla M.

Krish Seo said...

Santa letter is a good way to look your child face happy as long time. Receiving a letter from santa and make the Christmas festival even more magical.