MaltaPost launches exciting Christmas activities
It's Christmas! The time when people exchange Christmas cards, shop for the perfect gifts and send the warmest Christmas wishes to family and friends. It's also that time of year when children write their wish list to Santa and ask him to leave their present under the Christmas tree.
Doll's houses, videogames, soft toys, 'love and health' are amongst the numerous requests that MaltaPost's Santa Claus is receiving from Maltese children this Christmas. This year children can post their letters to Santa in the beautifully designed letterbox found outside Santa's temporary Post Office in the heart of Valletta opposite the Law Courts in Republic Street. Maltese families are invited to fill in an application and will in turn receive a personalised letter from Santa Claus himself together with a matching envelope and Santa's personalised stamp. To sensitise children that Christmas is not just about receiving presents but also a time for giving to those in need, a part of the application fee for the letter from Santa Claus will be donated to Inspire. As part of its continuous Corporate Social Responsibility, MaltaPost will then match the amount collected and donate it to this foundation.
MaltaPost would like to invite children and those young at heart to meet MaltaPost's Santa Claus in his temporary Post Office in Valletta between 7 and 24 December and take a photo with him. The photo will be printed instantly and given to visitors to take home. This year, MaltaPost is giving free tickets to the Malta Postal Museum to all children under 16 years who visit the Museum together with a paying adult.
For more information about MaltaPost's Christmas activity and how to apply for a letter from Santa visit: www.maltapost.com/christmas2016.