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Welcome to Operation Letters To Santa!

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Christmas is a very special time of year filled with laughter, joy and anticipation. Friends and family gather from near and far to share the warmth of the season. The aroma of  roasting turkey fills the house, and children's faces are aglow with wonder and delight.

However, many needy children do not have the same anticipatory glow. Many of these children exhibit a touching belief in the goodness and charity of the Christmas season that does not rest on logical proof or material evidence. Their "Dear Santa" letters arrive by the thousands in every Post Office in our country.

Each year kind hearted people bring Operation Santa Claus to life by answering "Dear Santa" letters from needy children who would otherwise have no Christmas at all. Operation Santa Claus is changing with the times and growing which means that this wonderful volunteer program may now be available at your local post office. Please note that "Dear Santa" letters will no longer sent out by mail from the New York Post Office, so if you would like to participate in this wonderful program, simply call your local post office to see if they offer "Operation Santa Claus". Please see our "USPS Operation Santa Claus"  information page for more information on how to locate a post office in your area. 

Please read the "Operation Santa Claus" articles that inspired this site. It is our sincere and fervent hope that after reading both stories, that parents, teachers, scouting and civic organizations will band together to form a local chapter of Operation Santa Claus in each and every town in this land.


Merry Christmas To All!

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Your donations make it possible for Operation Letters To Santa
to answer more letters to needy children
during the Christmas season.