I have to tell you, this is the most fun part of the morning. Look at josh. He can't resist a baby. Are thrilled to kick off something that's very special for the holiday season. It's all about... See More
I have to tell you, this is the most fun part of the morning. Look at josh. He can't resist a baby. Are thrilled to kick off something that's very special for the holiday season. It's all about giving. And actually, you can really help a bunch of extraordinary kids who need your help. It's part of a campaign that macy's started. It's called the believe campaign. Take a look. Have you got a letter right there? Oh, my god. Reporter: That's the sound of joy. A picture-perfect moment of pure happiness. The make-a-wish foundation has been making the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions come true for over 30 years. Wishes of becoming police officers, marines, even pop stars, for one day. ♪ Reach for your soul ♪ Reporter: They granted over 225,000 wishes, about 1 wish every 38 minutes. These children and their families, their world turns side down. And in the midst of that turmoil, make-a-wish asks a simple question. If you could wish for anything, what would it be? Reporter: The past five years make-a-wish and macy's have partnered together, making more wishes come true. Our macy's believe campaign is designed to bring back the spirit of the holidays by doing something wonderful. Reporter: Here's how your family can help? All you have to do is write a letter to santa claus. Bring that letter to any location around the country. Drop that letter in the believe box. And for every letter received, macy's will donate $1 to a make-a-wish foundation. We know that people love to write letters to santa. All we're asking them to do is bring them to the macy's believe mailbox. What's great about this is any kid at any age can help a sick kid have their wish come true. So, you'll recognize this mailbox. We have one here. It's the macy's mailbox, believe meter on top. Go to the a macy's store in your local area and mail those letters. We'll keep an eye on how much we have been able to help those folks. Start writing those letters. Are you ready to mail? Can you mail them? Get over there and mail those letters. Can you reach the mailbox? Okay. Bring up the line. Okay.
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