Letters to Santa program expanded nationwide by U.S. Postal Service

Operation Santa will now allow people all around the country to adopt letters and help a family in need
By , 100.3 Jack FM

The U.S. Postal Service has been making sure letters to Santa get answered for years.

Now, they have decided to expand the program they call Operation Santa nationwide.

Starting this year, the online program will be available across the country, giving more people the chance to adopt a letter and help a family in need, Fox News reports.

The letters to Santa program was started by the U.S Postal Service in 1912, and was opened to the general public in the 1940’s.

Back in 2017, the program was offered online in New York for the first time, and now the digitized version will be available nationwide.

Children must send their “Dear Santa” letter to “123 Elf Road, North Pole, 88888” through Dec. 15.

Once the letters come in, the postal service will add them to their online system, and once registering and passing an ID verification process, people from all over the country will be able to adopt a letter and get the child the gift of their dreams. With the expansion of this program, more families will have the Christmas they always wanted.

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