Dear Santa Claus,
I’m writing this quite an unusual letter but you must understand that today you are also very unusual, special and…needed.
Usually I ask you for sweets, new PS3 games, tablets and other really indispensable things. These are the presents I got last year:
- A set of really cool blocks (I do not have even a half of them today – I’m sorry for that)
- Sweets – they were delicious but unfortunately later I needed to visit a dentist a couple of times, which made me cry ( luckily my Mum was always there for me)
- A T-shirt – which got torn while I was playing a game with my friends at school – it was great!
- A set of coloured pencils in a pencil case – today they are either broken or lost…
- and… a ball I dreamt of …and which I punctured later and made it flat on a football pitch…
This year I would like to ask you for something completely different. Something that is not only for me but also for other children and will make them happy.
Yeah, yeah. I know. Little John from the 3rd grade pulled Margaret’s hair… But he did it only once and apart from that he was a good boy all year round – you know that…
This year I ask you to join the MOTOSAMSARA project. I ask you for any amount of money you could donate. It’s for us – the children from Primary School 5 in Piekary Śląskie (Miejska Szkoła Podstawowa nr 5 w Piekarach Sląskich). The bank account number is:
Dear Santa Claus,
I would also like you to know that I do not expect thousands or millions from you. Just give us anything you can.
I know that you are not alone – you must have some assistants to help you – otherwise you wouldn’t be able to deliver all the presents to all the good children during one night.
So. I ask you to click ‘I like it’ beneath this letter and share this post on your board so that all the Santa Clauses could join the project.
If you have a minute or two, remember about the button on the left – ‘invite your friends to like it’. Invite more Santa Clauses! We won’t make it on our own, without you.
I believe in you. I believe we will make it…
Kisses for you, dear Santa!
P.S. Remember to put a warm cap on and don’t worry about the punctured ball… my Mum promised to buy me a new one for my birthday.
Below, a photo taken a few years ago to show that anyone can be Santa Claus..