Santa Needs More Letters From Kids

The United States Postal Service needs to receive more letters from children to Santa!

Every year, since 1912, the USPS has conducted "Operation Santa." The Postal Service allows volunteer "elves" to take care of things that children are asking Santa Claus to bring. As an elf, you can then send those items back to the post office for delivery, or send them directly to the family of the child. You can see letters at a post office branch near you, or online on the Operation Santa web site.

The great news this year is that so many people want to share the giving spirit of the season that there are more elves than children in need. If your son or daughter, or a friend or family member you know has children and could use a little assistance this holiday season, get them writing their letters today. Letters must be postmarked by December 14th and can be sent to Santa Claus at this address:

321 Elf Road

North Pole, 88888

Brian Cleary

Brian Cleary

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