December 9th, 2013

Operation Santa Participating USPS Office List 2013 – Los Angeles, CA

Operation Santa Los Angeles

 

Los Angeles District

7001 S. Central Ave
Los Angeles CA 90051

Days of Operation:

(Dec. 3, 5, 10, 12, 17)
Tuesday & Thursdays Only…
11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Elf-in-Charge: 

Cleofe Erguiza
(323) 586-4380

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How to Adopt a Letter

Individual and representatives of organizations wanting to adopt a letter come to a participating Operation Santa Post Office in person. Both individual customers and organizational representatives fill out a brief form and show identification before viewing letters.

Organizations wanting to adopt a letter should send their representative with a note on company letterhead authorizing the representative to view letters. Your representative will be asked to show an employee ID and a valid state driver’s license or state-issued ID card.

Individuals who want to adopt a letter should bring a valid state driver’s license or state-issued ID card.

After completing the form, you may then read and choose a letter or letters. To protect the anonymity of the letter writers, all personal information will be blacked out in the letters you view — no last names, addresses or contact information will be visible.

After making your selection, just take the letters to a postal sales and service representative to note the postal tracking number on them. Then you’re ready for the fun part — you get to be Santa’s helper by fulfilling the wishes of the child who has written the letter.

After you’ve  finished shopping, you simply bring your wrapped gifts back to the same Operation Santa location, pay the postage and we’ll do the rest — matching your copy of the child’s letter with the original, before applying the child’s name and address and sending it on its way!

The return address on your package will, of course, read “Operation Santa, North Pole!”
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December 9th, 2013

Operation Santa Participating USPS Office List 2013 – San Francisco, CA

Operation Santa 2013 - San Francisco, CA

 

San Francisco P&DC

1300 Evans Ave
San Francisco CA 94188

Days of Operation

(Dec. 3-10-17)
View & Select Letter – 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
(Dec. 6-13-20)
Return Card or Package – 11:00 am to 3:00 pm

Elf-in-Charge: 

Kim Wu
(415) 550-5005

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How to Adopt a Letter

Individual and representatives of organizations wanting to adopt a letter come to a participating Operation Santa Post Office in person. Both individual customers and organizational representatives fill out a brief form and show identification before viewing letters.

Organizations wanting to adopt a letter should send their representative with a note on company letterhead authorizing the representative to view letters. Your representative will be asked to show an employee ID and a valid state driver’s license or state-issued ID card.

Individuals who want to adopt a letter should bring a valid state driver’s license or state-issued ID card.

After completing the form, you may then read and choose a letter or letters. To protect the anonymity of the letter writers, all personal information will be blacked out in the letters you view — no last names, addresses or contact information will be visible.

After making your selection, just take the letters to a postal sales and service representative to note the postal tracking number on them. Then you’re ready for the fun part — you get to be Santa’s helper by fulfilling the wishes of the child who has written the letter.

After you’ve  finished shopping, you simply bring your wrapped gifts back to the same Operation Santa location, pay the postage and we’ll do the rest — matching your copy of the child’s letter with the original, before applying the child’s name and address and sending it on its way!

The return address on your package will, of course, read “Operation Santa, North Pole!”
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December 9th, 2013

Operation Santa Participating USPS Office List 2013 – Santa Clarita

USPS 2013 - Santa Clarita CA

 

Sierra Coastal District

28201 Franklin Pwy
Santa Clarita CA 91383

Days of Operation

(Dec. 3-5-10-12-17)
Tuesday & Thursdays Only
11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Elf-in-Charge: 

Jennifer Clark
(714) 662-6227

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How to Adopt a Letter

Individual and representatives of organizations wanting to adopt a letter come to a participating Operation Santa Post Office in person. Both individual customers and organizational representatives fill out a brief form and show identification before viewing letters.

Organizations wanting to adopt a letter should send their representative with a note on company letterhead authorizing the representative to view letters. Your representative will be asked to show an employee ID and a valid state driver’s license or state-issued ID card.

Individuals who want to adopt a letter should bring a valid state driver’s license or state-issued ID card.

After completing the form, you may then read and choose a letter or letters. To protect the anonymity of the letter writers, all personal information will be blacked out in the letters you view — no last names, addresses or contact information will be visible.

After making your selection, just take the letters to a postal sales and service representative to note the postal tracking number on them. Then you’re ready for the fun part — you get to be Santa’s helper by fulfilling the wishes of the child who has written the letter.

After you’ve  finished shopping, you simply bring your wrapped gifts back to the same Operation Santa location, pay the postage and we’ll do the rest — matching your copy of the child’s letter with the original, before applying the child’s name and address and sending it on its way!

The return address on your package will, of course, read “Operation Santa, North Pole!”
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December 6th, 2013

Touching Pleas to Santa Claus – 1907

From the archives of the New York Times, 1907. Click here Dear Santa 1907 article NYT to read the entire story.

Dear Santa 1907

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December 4th, 2013

See How Norad Tracks Santa Across The Globe on Christmas Eve! (2013)

Did you ever wonder just how Santa makes it to all the homes of little boys and girls on Christmas Eve? Listen to him explain it.

 

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December 3rd, 2013

Texas Operation Santa 2013

Houston TX Operation Santa 2013

 

Houston District

600 Sam Houston Parkway W
Houston, TX 77067

Days of Operation

November 20th  - December 20th
Monday – Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Elf-in-Charge

Dionne Montague
(713) 226-3728

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How to Adopt a Letter

Individual and representatives of organizations wanting to adopt a letter come to a participating Operation Santa Post Office in person. Both individual customers and organizational representatives fill out a brief form and show identification before viewing letters.

Organizations wanting to adopt a letter should send their representative with a note on company letterhead authorizing the representative to view letters. Your representative will be asked to show an employee ID and a valid state driver’s license or state-issued ID card.

Individuals who want to adopt a letter should bring a valid state driver’s license or state-issued ID card.

After completing the form, you may then read and choose a letter or letters. To protect the anonymity of the letter writers, all personal information will be blacked out in the letters you view — no last names, addresses or contact information will be visible.

After making your selection, just take the letters to a postal sales and service representative to note the postal tracking number on them. Then you’re ready for the fun part — you get to be Santa’s helper by fulfilling the wishes of the child who has written the letter.

After you’ve  finished shopping, you simply bring your wrapped gifts back to the same Operation Santa location, pay the postage and we’ll do the rest — matching your copy of the child’s letter with the original, before applying the child’s name and address and sending it on its way!

The return address on your package will, of course, read “Operation Santa, North Pole!”
Donate to Operation Letters To Santa - Help us answer more "Dear Santa" letters from needy children this Christmas

Join Santa Claus on Facebook Join Santa Claus on Twitter

 

Visit Operation Letter To Santa

December 3rd, 2013

New York Operation Santa 2013

Operation Santa New York 2013

How to Adopt a Letter

Individual and representatives of organizations wanting to adopt a letter come to a participating Operation Santa Post Office in person. Both individual customers and organizational representatives fill out a brief form and show identification before viewing letters.

Organizations wanting to adopt a letter should send their representative with a note on company letterhead authorizing the representative to view letters. Your representative will be asked to show an employee ID and a valid state driver’s license or state-issued ID card.

Individuals who want to adopt a letter should bring a valid state driver’s license or state-issued ID card.

After completing the form, you may then read and choose a letter or letters. To protect the anonymity of the letter writers, all personal information will be blacked out in the letters you view — no last names, addresses or contact information will be visible.

After making your selection, just take the letters to a postal sales and service representative to note the postal tracking number on them. Then you’re ready for the fun part — you get to be Santa’s helper by fulfilling the wishes of the child who has written the letter.

After you’ve  finished shopping, you simply bring your wrapped gifts back to the same Operation Santa location, pay the postage and we’ll do the rest — matching your copy of the child’s letter with the original, before applying the child’s name and address and sending it on its way!

The return address on your package will, of course, read “Operation Santa, North Pole!”

 
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