SANTY, California – As the cost of food, gas and other necessities rises in the United States, vacations can be especially grim for some US families. Many children could wake up on Christmas morning to see Santa Claus miss their homes altogether.
It is a heartbreaking experience for any parent or child, especially as families continue to recover from the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.
However, the US Postal Service hopes that the people of Santi will help make the holidays a little happier and brighter for families who may be in financial difficulties.
For the second year in a row, the postal service is implementing its “Operation Santa” program nationwide. Launched in 1912, the program encourages children from all over the country to write letters to Santa Claus. After receiving the emails տեղադր posting them online, others are encouraged to “adopt” և reply to one or more emails of their choice. Receiving a letter usually means making one or more requests for your child’s wish list.
In the United States, anyone is allowed to write a letter, regardless of religion, according to the postal service website. Letters requesting clothes և shoes should include sizes և colors. Those who require toys, games, or books must be specific.
How to send an email?
1) Any family with a child who wants to write to Santa Claus should use this “official” address of the post office.
- Santa Claus, 123 Elf Road, North Pole, 88888
2) Write your full name ի return address in the upper left corner of the envelope. Then apply a first-class stamp on the top right.
3) Letters will be sent USPSOperationSanta.com: website. The acceptance of letters opened on November 29 and will continue until December 22.
4) Leave the letter at your nearest post office.
- 9518 Mission Gorge Road, Santee:
5) All letters must be stamped by December 10. After receiving the letters, they will be posted online until December 15 and will be available for acceptance until December 22. The sooner your email is received, the more likely it is to be answered.
More details on writing and receiving emails through Operation Santa can be found here USPSOperationSanta.com:.