The United States Postal Office needs your help this holiday season!
If you'd like to make a child's Christmas wish come true, you can do just that by adopting a letter to Santa from an underprivileged child and sending them what they've wished for "from Santa." The post office gets hundreds of thousands of letters from children, and sometimes parents, asking Santa for what most of us would deem "basic necessities," like a new pair of shoes or a warm coat, so this year they've launched a new website where you can read these letters, adopt one (or however many you'd like) to help fulfill a Christmas wish!
To protect children’s privacy, USPS staff redact family names and addresses from every letter, but volunteers may mail gifts using the coded labels at any of 19,000 postal branches nationwide. Gifts must be mailed by December 20th, in time for delivery by Christmas.
So why not become a helpful little elf this Christmas and adopt a letter from Santa? Click here for all the information!