Holiday Heads-Up! Texas Kids Writing Letters to Santa Will Need to Know This Address
It's officially the holiday season, and you know what that means: Santa Clause is back in business and looking for those Christmas letters from all the good boys and girls in Texas.
Yes, Santa will be making his list and checking it twice, and for those little one's taking the time to write their lists out and getting them ready to mail, I have the address you need to send those letters to.
First things first, here is the address you need:
123 Elf Road
North Pole, 88888
Santa reminds you to make sure you put your list in a self-addressed envelope complete with a return address and a First-Class Mail Forever stamp. Make sure you get those letters in the mail and postmarked by Dec. 10.
KCEN reports that the U.S. Postal Service have announced details on "Operation Santa," a program for people looking to help less fortunate families during the holidays, as well as those who need the help.
According to USPS.com, Operation Santa was started by the USPS more than 109 years ago when the Postal service started getting Christmas list from kids all over the country.
In 1912, Postmaster General Frank Hitchcock allowed postal employees and customers to start responding to those letters, and Operation Santa was born.
Since then, thousands of kids have had their lists answered by volunteers willing to make someone's Christmas special.
Of course, Santa is also looking for his special elves to help fulfill those wishes. Individuals and businesses alike can sign up to help. F
ind out more by visiting t USPSOperationSanta.com if you're moved to get involved.