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National Federation of the Blind Partners With Santa

Santa and the National Federation for the Blind will be sending Braille letters out to hundreds of boys and girls this Christmas season. From November 16 through December 20, 2009, parents or teachers can fill out a Braille Letter from Santa form online at: www.nfb.org

Beginning December 1, the Braille letters from Santa will start going out to 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, and a telephone number or e-mail address in case Santa’s helpers at the NFB have questions.

For more information on the program, see the official press release:
National Federation of the Blind Partners with Santa to Promote Braille Literacy

 

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