It’s nice to be nice

Norah’s North Pole was set up in memory of our Grandma (Norah) who lived by the motto ‘It’s nice to be nice’. Each Christmas Norah would take her grandchildren to make Christmas boxes for children who would go without. Norah’s daughter, a social worker, would then deliver these on Christmas Eve to families most in need.

Continuing the kindness...

Norah, died in 2015 aged 92, but her tradition has continued and now her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren are determined to continue her kind work. After successfully delivering 13,876 Santa sacks over the past 6 years Norah’s North Pole are committed to sprinkling a little Christmas kindness again this year. The Norah’s North Pole elves work with schools and social worker teams to get Santa sacks to the most vulnerable children in the North East. We are not a charity just a family who wants to make a difference and sprinkle a little Christmas kindness.

Get involved

Each year Norah's North Pole ask everyone to continue the mantra of "It's nice to be nice" and donate what they can to help others. Donations can be made through the Norah's North Pole Go Fund Me page, the Amazon List or by sending gift donations to local drop off points around the North East.

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Norah's North Pole in action