Need some extra funds this holiday season? Who doesn’t?! If your kids’ Christmas list is a little long maybe they should be “working” to help cover the cost. And it would be fun work so they won’t even know they should be getting paid. Hint hint. That’s right, your child could get paid to test out toys for Santa himself. That’s definitely a 4-year-olds dream job (and maybe mine?). It’s a part of a program called Santa’s Little Helper by the toy brand My 1st Years.
My 1st Years notes that this time of year parents are researching and shopping to find the absolute best toys for Christmas. But that can be stressful, and how do you know what will be a hit? That’s where Santa’s Little Helper comes in. The brand will choose 3 lucky kids to be Santa’s Helpers and test out the toys so parents know what gifts are a winner and what will be left sitting under the tree.
Parents can enter their children aged 0-6 for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. One kid from each age group (0-12 months, 1-2 years and 3-6 years) will receive around $180 worth of Christmas gifts. But telling all your friends your Santa’s helper? Well that’s priceless!
If your child wants to test toys for Santa here’s how. Applicants can simply submit an entry via the link below, stating why their child would be a great little helper for Santa, and why they deserve this role of a lifetime. The closing date for all applicants is 11:59 pm on Sunday 11th December 2022.
To apply for the Santa’s Little Helper role on behalf of your child, read the terms and conditions and find out more about the requirements of the position, visit: https://www.my1styears.com/blog/santas-little-helpers/