Deliver Letters of Love
Support a Child with Cancer this Holiday Season
Support a Child with Cancer
Who can forget the iconic scene in Miracle on 34th Street, when the lawyer Fred Gailey has hundreds of letters delivered to the court, written by children who believe in Santa Claus?
This holiday season, make a lasting gift of kindness by helping I See Me! deliver thousands of letters to children supported by the Children’s Cancer Research Fund. When we come together in the holiday spirit, we can make a difference.
And for every 50 letters received, we will donate a copy of our new personalized storybook My Very Own® Christmas or a copy of A Hanukkah Bear for Me to a child supported by CCRF.
In mid-December, we will send these messages to the nonprofit, where they will be delivered to the children. Thank you for helping us spread the holiday spirit! The difference is you.
See how you are making a difference... Read samples of letters below.
Hey little fighter. Things will get brighter soon. You may have cancer, but cancer doesn't have you.
Hello, I wanted to write you and let you know that you are not alone in this fight. So many people think, love and care about you! My name is Paxton and I am 9 months old. I too, am fighting cancer. I started my battle with retinoblastoma at the age of 4 months. I receive monthly chemotherapy and had my right eye removed just days after diagnoses. I know it's hard spending days and nights and holidays in the hospital, but stay strong!! We love you and wish and hope all the best!!! We can do this!
Wishing you all of the joy and hope of the holiday season. You're a hero, and I hope the new year brings you only good things.
I am a mother. I am writing to you because I want you to know that it's okay to be happy. To be angry. To be sad. To be scared. But every day is a chance to tell cancer: you will not win my spirit. Not me. Not today: not any day. You are so brave and strong. I hope each day you find a reason to laugh, to dream, to live and to love. Sending you hugs and high fives from across the miles xoxo
Dear little friend. You are brave, strong, and a warrior! I admire your courage and determination to win this battle and beat the disease. I know some days are hard. Really hard. But know that you have an army of support standing by your side, cheering you on, loving you, and sending positive light and energy your way. Not to mention lots of prayers. Wishing you all the joy and miracles of the holiday season.
Seal Beach, CA
You are AMAZING! You are smart and funny, strong and brave. You are so loved and so special to so many people. You are outstanding! We are cheering and praying for you. We wish you all the best life has to offer. You are doing a great job. Keep thinking positive thoughts!
You are a miracle. You are strong, brave, and wonderful. You are an inspiration to everyone around you. You have made the lives of everyone who loves you so special. I will be praying for you and thinking about you. I am so sorry for the struggle you face—I think of you often—and I wish every good thing for you and your family.
Although we've never met, this letter has found you, my special friend. It wants you to know you are being thought of everyday. Your strength inspires me to stay strong too. Remember you are always surrounded by love and you are not alone in the challenges you face day to day. Warmest Wishes to you and your family.
I admire how well you are handling all the things you are going through. I am a grownup who has had cancer three times. I know it can be scary but God sends us good people to help take care of us and make us feel better. He did that for me and he will do that for you too.
It takes someone who is strong, brave, and downright amazing to be able go through what you do every day without giving up. I know it isn't fair, I know it's hard, but you are loved and you are so brave. You will make it through this because you are a superhero! You are not alone. Stay strong and never lose your smile or hope. I'm sending love and hugs to you and your family.
I think your super awesome! I wish the very best for you. I admire how strong you are and how amazing you been working through this. Every day counts and some days may not be the best, a lot more great ones will come. Keep on going, we are behind you all the way.
Merry Christmas ðŸŽ…ðŸ¤¶ðŸŽ„ðŸŽ Sometimes life seems a little scary but with your strength courage and a little Christmas magic you will be done with your treatments and be on the road to remission in no time. You are a very brave child who is obviously loved and adored by many. You and your family just take one day at a time believe in miracles especially at Christmas time! Lots of love and prayers coming your way. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas with love,
Steven, Holly, Noel, Allya, Skylar and Ryker
Hello You are so Beautiful. Smile I know how you Feel, When I was fifteen I had cancer I cried I felt bad too But guess what you have a friend And that's Me I been thru what You are going thru Twice. Never Give up I didn't I was 15 fighting stage 4 cancer and yes Here I am 42 and I am still here Happy and Everyday I smile.. Christmas is coming and Santa has a beautiful Gift for you Will you smile when you see it Because I'll smile with you. Do me a favor Hug Someone near Because that hug is the one I wanna give to You. Happy Holiday and Never Give up Smile xoxo
My family and I know what you are going through. My 18-month old son was diagnosed with ALL (Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia) many years ago. There will be many trials and tribulations and there will always be lots of people around you who will love and support you through everything. You are not alone in this. Lean on everyone and cry if you need to. It is not a sign of weakness. We love you and hope that everything goes well for you and that you have an awesome Christmas!! P.S. My son is now 39 years old and has a wife and two children, still having his yearly checkups and doing great!!
Dear Sweet Brave Angel, I just wanted to let you know that my entire circle of family and friends are thinking of you and sending you warm wishes. You are so very special. Did you know that? Well, you are! It's an honor for me to write to YOU. You may not know me, not ever see me--but I feel so lucky to be able to send you some holiday cheer. You've made my day and I hope I can make yours. I want you to think of the brightest star in the sky, if you're able-go look for one, find a picture in a book or online. Why? Because the night hold a bit of magic...and whenever you need to talk or want to make a wish---remember that star. It's yours. I hope you have a great holiday. I hope that you find that no matter how old you are, that there IS such a thing as Christmas magic. Just believe. Never stop believing. Happy holidays brave soul. People all over the world are rooting for you. Stay strong. Stay brave.
Hello, I am a cancer survivor. It is hard to go through what you are going through now, but hope is alive especially at Christmas. I will be praying for you and all of those who are facing cancer. Never give up. There are amazing doctors and nurses doing amazing things every day and you are now a part of that story. Great things are still ahead. I am 53 years old and I go ice skating every week and hiking and camping. There is so much to fight for and to look forward to. Stay strong and lean on those around you for support. Love much and laugh often. Blessings.
Dear Warrior, When ever my daughter has to do something hard (like her blood work or X-rays) I tell her "you've got this...your going to rock it!" And afterwards I say "You rocked it - high five!!" So just remember when you're doing something hard or having a hard day that a little family is praying for you and cheering you on. "You've got this.. you're going to rock it!!!"