On the website, you can read through the letters that have been sent to Santa's mail room and answer one or more.
Some of the letters were written by children who are asking for video games, Legos and other toys.
But some of the letters, written by adults, talk about the struggles they are experiencing, but who still want to provide a Merry Christmas for their children.
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If you want to help, you begin by registering online and go through an identification process. Then you go to a participating post office, with letter and gift in hand, to ship it to the recipient. A code included on the letter matches the name and address of the child or family that had submitted the request to Santa.