‘Tis the season for fantastic photo-ops with the big guy in red!
And if you’ve been looking for that picture-perfect shot in a beautiful private setting, now’s your chance – not only is Santa for the Hospice offering unique individual and group photo sessions with Santa AL, you could WIN a visit on Christmas Eve from our jolly old friend himself – read on to find out how!
This weekend, November 23rd and 24th, Santa for the Hospice is hosting photo sessions with Nuttycake Photography – with 100% of the proceeds going towards Victoria Hospice.
Each sitting includes a 15-minute private session, two photos of your choice and families, kids AND pets are all welcome – and encouraged.
Santa for the Hospice is hoping to beat their record of proceeds raised from last year, and they need your help – by booking online today, you’re not only securing a great spot for private photos, you’re alsno helping those who need it most at Victoria Hospice.
Santa AL is also available for your own personalized private bookings throughout the holiday season – with all of his proceeds going towards hospice as well – and has been serving Greater Victoria as Santa for over 10 years. He still has some dates available to be booked before Christmas, so get in quick!
So, what are you waiting for? Skip the crowds and book your own personal experience with Santa – and don’t forget to bring your list – he’ll be checking his twice!
CONTEST CLOSED** Congratulations to Kathryn StarDancer!
To enter to WIN a private visit from Santa to your own home from Santa for Hospice and Nuttycake Photography, please complete one of more of the following:
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Contest entries will be accepted from the time and date of publishing until 11:59 pm on December 15th, 2019. One winner will be chosen at random and contacted through the platform they used to enter.