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Macy's helps grant wishes for sick children with 'letters to Santa'

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Writing a letter to Santa can help grant a sick child's Christmas wish in Phoenix.

Macy's is donating $1, up to $1 million, to the Make-A-Wish foundation for every stamped letter to Santa delivered to Macy's Santa letterboxes at every Macy's store throughout the country.

The 5th Annual Macy's Believe campaign benefiting Make-A-Wish encourages people of all ages to write letters and help make the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.

All of the funds raised by letters to Santa in Phoenix will go directly to supporting wishes to kids in our region. The campaign started Nov. 2 and ends Dec. 24.

National Believe Day is on Dec. 14, where Macy's and Make-A-Wish will grant dozens of wishes across the country.

Macy's Believe Campaign Benefiting Make-A-Wish
www.macys.com/believe

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