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The USPS Operation Santa Is Accepting Letters Now So You Can Help Get Presents for Children in Need

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The season for giving is underway.


While the holidays are officially a few months away, Santa is helping spread Christmas cheer a little earlier this year.

The USPS Operation Santa is officially accepting letters now. That means, you can begin helping get presents for children in need.


How the USPS Operation Santa Program Works

Families of children in need for holiday gifts are encouraged to write a letter to “Santa” requesting their most wanted and needed items this holiday season.

  1. Letters are written to Santa’s special address and USPS receives them.
  2. Letters get published with personal information removed and those letters are published online.
  3. Generous people can adopt the letters and fulfill those wish lists.
  4. Adopters ship the gifts and Holiday wishes are delivered.

Children who are writing letters to Santa need to ensure they leave a mailing return address otherwise, Santa (adopters) won’t know where to send the presents.


The USPS website even has templates you can use to help write letters to Santa.


You can learn more about the USPS Operation Santa here.

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