Letters From Santa: Help a Local NICU

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20131017-065455.jpgThis post is Day 4 for National Blog Posting Month on Blogher.

Shameless plug I suppose… Forgive me.

Some of you might already know this but after the traumatic birth of my youngest two daughters, I dealt with a lot of things. I couldn’t really find myself. I struggled with depression. Everything in my world changed very drastically and not many people seemed to understand. Insert the NICUPS. These lovely ladies and gentlemen were on my side during a disastrous time in my life. They knew what I was going through because they had all been there themselves! Now, nearly two years later, I have joined this group and I am inspired and blessed every day to work with new parents standing where I once stood. It is so meaningful to reach out to a group that held my hand already.

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Every year, the NICUPS holds one, large fundraiser: Letters from Santa. It is such a cool thing to be a part of. I’ve seen the look on my daughter’s face when she opened her letter last year. It is truly priceless.

For a $6 donation to the NICUPS, you provide us with some basic facts about your little one (or big one… teenagers, adults, grandparents, teachers, military… You name them, we’ll send the letter) and we do the rest.

If you are interested in joining in on the fun, please see our websites in the links above. (Clicking on either of the pictures will take you there too.)

Thank you and may you all have a wonderful holiday season.

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