brought to you by devry university. Macy's is teaming up with make-a-wish, so your child's letter to santa can make a sick child's dream come true. It's called the believe campaign. And it made... See More
brought to you by devry university. Macy's is teaming up with make-a-wish, so your child's letter to santa can make a sick child's dream come true. It's called the believe campaign. And it made believers out of a class of first graders we went to. Just last week, santa's elves dropped by the "gma" studios to kick off the believe campaign. With kids mailing the first letters to santa. But as the holidays get a little closer, we need even more. So, we headed to a first grade class, getting a lesson on letter writing. Who are you writing? Santa. Reporter: So, the kids sit down to write their letters. You said an iphone? 5c. Reporter: You want a puppy? And they took time to remind him of all of the good they did this year. What did you do nice this year? I helped people. I take care of my family. Reporter: Oh. I've been nice to my little brother. Reporter: We're here. Right away, just off to macy's to make sure their letters go straight to the north pole. Santa has a lot of letters. And you and your family can do the same. Write a letter to santa claus. Bring that stamped letter to any macy's location across the country. Drop the letter in the macy's believe box. And for every letter that's received, macy's will donate $1 to make-a-wish. So, all kids can get their wish for christmas. All right. Let's check again how many letters we've collected so far. We have a grand tally of more than 79,000 letters to santa. Just like the first graders, though, you want to keep working on the letters and sending them. You have to look for the believe box at a macy's near you. Go to goodmorningamerica.Com on yahoo! To learn how you can send those letters to santa.
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