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  • Writer's pictureItsik Romano

Concordia University sorority hosts a virtual visit with Santa!

The Holidays can be lonely for some people. Now with the continued effects of the pandemic, it's hard to feel the family connection that usually comes with Christmas.

Kappa Phi Beta, a sorority at Concordia University, is holding its second Santa Project. Members of the sorority are offering free video calls with Santa on December 11th-12th and December 18th-19th. A zoom call with Santa will last about 5 minutes. You can book a time slot for the kiddos in your life by visiting their website:

The sisters are also be making free personalized letters that includes information from a customizable google form that parents and guardians can fill out. Participants have the choice between a Christmas letter or a general holiday letter. Participants can have the letter mailed or emailed. To get a letter for your little one, fill out the form here!

Last year Kappa Phi Beta made over 200 Santa calls and mailed 100 letters! They want to continue to spread the holiday spirit to those who cannot have those in-person interactions!


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