Braille Letters from Santa

Ivan and Santa

Santa has always taken great pride in reading and answering as many letters as possible from the millions of children around the world who write to him each year. But Santa, though a very smart and able old man, has never learned Braille! Well, as you can imagine, this made it very hard for Santa to read or respond to letters written to him in Braille.

So Santa decided to team up with the National Federation for the Blind (NFB) and enlist their help in reading and responding to letters from blind children. The jolly elves at NFB will read your letters to Santa then translate his response into Braille and send them directly to you.

Sending your letter to the elves at NFB is easy. Just fill out the form at their Santa Letter site before December 15 and they will get right on it.


Merry Christmas!

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