Audra Krell

On Purpose

Macy’s Believe Campaign

Macys Believe Santa 

Macy's and the Make-A-Wish Foundation are making wishes come true by asking for letters to Santa. For every letter you drop off in the Santa Mail box at Macy's, they will donate $1.00 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Hurry over to the Believe Campaign to watch as they make a million dreams come true! 

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7 thoughts on “Macy’s Believe Campaign

  1. Very cool! It’s making wishes come true, one letter at a time… I love the name — “Believe Campaign” — although it implies Santa, it also calls to believing in what is possible – with just a letter to Santa!

  2. santa is gonna love them

  3. I love this : ). We already dropped off 5 letters. I think giving is the most beautiful thing! I am glad Macy’s is stepping up when so many other companies are not this year because of the economy.

  4. I hope you and your family are having a wonderful holiday season! 🙂

  5. Everyone is always saying how bad “Corporate America” is! What they forget is that corporations are made up of real human beings. Things like this campaign of Macy’s just prove there is a ‘heart’ out there. What a simple, yet beautiful, idea!

  6. Hey, thanks for the heads up, Audra.
    I also wanted to just stop by to wish you a very Merry Christmas.
    Take care and God bless.

  7. Caladan Waller on said:

    This campaign is, in my opinion, proving a point. As the editor for The New York Sun replied to Virginia O’ Hanlon, “No one can see Santa, but that is no proof that he is not there.” Macy’s is also making a very good contribution to society by helping out the Make-A-Wish foundation. We should all participate in such a wonderful activity like this one.

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