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Sunday, October 18, 2009

Fw: NICUPs Letters from Santa

From: Amanda Church
Sent: Sunday, October 18, 2009 11:36 AM
Subject: NICUPs Letters from Santa

Hello everyone,

Some of you may know that I volunteer for the NICUPS (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Parent Support), an organization that is funded entirely by donations. It helps families by providing (free of charge):
one-on-one emotional and educational support
books and other educational materials (all free of charge)
family classes and meetings
financial assistance during crisis situations
breast pumps, car seats, baby clothing and other necessities (all as needed)

For those unfamiliar with this project, they generate a letter from Santa to a child (or children) of your choice (or adults and pets, too!), for a donation of $6 per letter. Last year, this small group of 30 graduate parents raised over $50,000 from the letters.

I'm emailing to let you know about the new capability of their website (http://www.miraclebaby.org/) to accept letter orders and contributions through secure, online credit card processing. Since anyone, anywhere in the world can access their site and easily request a letter, I am asking for your help by passing along information about their site. If you feel comfortable emailing family and friends who might be interested, if you are part of any parent on-line discussion groups, if you have neighborhood newsletters or workplace newsletters, either on-line or printed - these are just some ideas of ways to let others know. Please visit the website to contact the NICUPS for more information about Letters from Santa and order letters. Thank you very much for taking the time to read this, and thank you in advance for any help you can offer!

Amanda Church

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