Disney ‘Share in the Magic’ Campaign Christmas 2013

Disney’s ”Share in the Magic” campaign is now in its fifth year. Every year each Disney store across UK & Ireland partner with a charity and donate toys to that charity.
This year Dublin’s Grafton Street Store has teamed up with Children in Hospital Ireland (YOObYOO)

Annabelle Edwards (3) and Ella May Melia (3) posting their letters to Santa at the Grafton Street launch event for Disney Store’s Share in the Magic campaign. The nationwide campaign invites families to post their own Letter to Santa in store and online and for every letter posted, Disney Store will donate a soft toy to a variety of local children’s charities including Children in Hospital Ireland. Pic: Tony McLean/T.McLean Photography
Annabelle Edwards (3) and Ella May Melia (3) posting their letters to Santa at the Grafton Street launch event for Disney Store’s Share in the Magic campaign. The nationwide campaign invites families to post their own Letter to Santa in store and online and for every letter posted, Disney Store will donate a soft toy to a variety of local children’s charities including Children in Hospital Ireland.
Pic: Tony McLean/T.McLean Photography

To get involved in this magic all you have to do is get your child or another child in your life to write a letter to Santa at one of Disney’s Stores Santa writing workshops or you can bring your own written from home and pop it into their magical post box. If you can’t make it to a store you can do it online here

Here is my little boy writing/scribbling his letter to Santa ;)
Here is my little boy writing/scribbling his letter to Santa 😉

”This year, Disney Store will donate a further 15,000 soft toys to the 40 children’s charities that have been nominated across the UK and Ireland, each of whom work in close collaboration with their local Disney Store”

So join in, help a charity, have fun & ”Share in the Magic” this Christmas with DIsney 😉
Yaz x

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