New Zealand’s nationwide Secret Santa is rather adorable


It seems like if there’s anywhere to be in the world, it’d be in New Zealand.

These holidays, New Zealanders are set to again participate in a nationwide Secret Santa, organised by the country’s postal service, NZ Post. 

For those unfamiliar with the concept, Secret Santa, sometimes called Kris Kringle, is an activity where one person gives a (usually small) gift to another person, but the recipient is not told who it came from. It requires a group of people, and names are drawn at random. 

New Zealand’s nationwide Secret Santa has been going since 2010, but NZ Post took over the reins in 2013. It now has a warehouse to facilitate gift exchanges, and there are more than 3,500 Secret Santa participants this year — you just need a Twitter account to enter — and a Twitter handle is the only clue you’ll receive for your recipient, for gift ideas. Read more…

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Author: Droolin' Dog News Team