December 7, 2012

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Join @OperationSanta for a Movie Night Featuring Love’s Christmas Journey on December 14

Bring Love Home for the Holidays
Join Operation Santa for a Movie Night Featuring
Love’s Christmas Journey on December 14

Love’s Christmas Journey arrived on DVD on October 30th. Join in a Twitter chat with Operation Santa about the film Love’s Christmas Journey! Operation Santa is a fantastic organization of volunteers around the country that answer "Dear Santa" letters from needy children and send them the items that they request. Normally, the things these children ask Santa for are simple needs, like shoes or socks, pencils for school, etc. Fox Home Entertainment has partnered with Operation Santa to help supply more children with these much needed items this holiday season.

Join @OperationSanta’s Twitter chat about the film for some fun trivia questions, and then head over to for a chance to win some cool prizes!

Simply tweet @OperationSanta using the hashtags #ChristmasContest and #HallmarkMovieNight on December 14th between the hours of 4PM and 7PM PST. In addition to the Twitter chat, visit Operation Santa for your chance to win an iPad, iPad mini, Kindle Fire or other great prizes!

For more information on how you and your family can help children in need this holiday season, please visit for a list of participating Post Offices and guidelines.

About Operation Santa
Each Christmas season, thousands of children of all ages and from all parts of the country, send letters addressed to “Santa Claus, North Pole, Alaska“. Unless these letters contain a complete Alaska return address, they remain in the areas from where they were originally mailed. “Postal Elves” go through the letters and sort out those that wish Santa a Happy Birthday from those that express serious need. Local postal workers, individuals, and organizations or companies “adopt” the Dear Santa letters from needy children. They then shop for as many of the items requested in the letters and return to the Post Office with packages ready to mail. Once they pay the proper postage, the package is on its way to a very happy child. For more information, visit


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