Santa has a problem - there are too many presents to deliver! Action For Kids stepped in to give eight lucky disabled children the opportunity to help Santa deliver all the presents in time.

Before these children can deliver presents though, each one needs specialist mobility equipment to get them mobile - otherwise they'll be stuck at home, unable to even cross the room on their own, let alone travel to the North Pole and then take to the skies (with a little Christmas magic from Santa).

If you can help provide the equipment that each of these children needs, then each child won't just be able to give Santa help on Christmas Eve - but on Christmas Day they'll still be able to use their mobility equipment to move around on their own, and when the decorations have come down each one will still be independent. For each one of these children, that would be the best gift of all.

Noah, 5

Noah has muscular dystrophy, and it’s hard for him to walk on his own even at the age of five. A customised walking frame for Noah will give him the stability to carry presents all through his busy Christmas Eve – and he’ll still be able to walk around the house when he wants to, after the decorations have come down.

Six-year-old Alfie is sadly unable to move by himself. He relies on his mum and dad to move even the smallest distance, because of a degenerative spinal condition. If you can make a gift, then Alfie could get anywhere in a powerchair designed for small riders - in snow, and long after the snow has gone.

The lightweight wheelchair that takes seven-year-old Jessica around the world with Santa on Christmas Eve could take her to the playground on Boxing Day, and then to school in January and beyond.

If you can make a difference to these children this Christmas, each of these children can have a new year that starts with new hope.

One night of helping Santa would be magical – but giving them their independence for the first time would be the real Christmas miracle.