Help Santa & Adopt Letters From Low-Income Kids with USPS
We all know that Santa is really busy this time of year. He needs some help answering all of the letters that come in to him, you can help with the new program by the USPS.
Santa gets millions of letters every year around the holidays and sometimes, he needs some helpful elfs to help answer them. That could be you. The United State Postal Service has set up a new program called "USPS Operation Santa," according to CBS 6.
Through their specific Operation Santa website, letters to Santa from low-income kids are available for adoption. Santa has a lot of requests, so maybe you can help with the Christmas magic by making some kids' dreams come true.
You can pick a letter from any city in the country and it's tax-deductible, you just have to mail the gifts by December 20th. On the other hand, if you want your kid added to the list, you can visit the official website at BeAnElf.org.
Starting Monday, you can choose between letters from individuals as well as families and adopt one to satisfy. You can either adopt on your own or get a team together (starting December 4th) to adopt multiple. Santa needs your help this year, help a kid smile this Christmas.