The U.S. Postal Service does an amazing charity event every year where they fulfill Christmas wishes sent to Santa, by kids in need. This year the "secret santa's" have been overwhelming so they've now run out of kids to help!
USPS launched Operation Santa just last week, kids write in their biggest wish to Santa Claus and then charitable volunteers play secret santa and find the gifts. In just one week’s time, people have flooded in to help and now they've run out of letters! They're asking for more kids ASAP so they can make it the biggest year yet and they've still got volunteers willing to give.
If you know a child in need, help them write their wishes down and send the letters to 123 Elf Road, North Pole, 88888 and should be postmarked by December 14th. They can be put in your mail box or dropped off at any USPS. What an amazing problem to have!
Operation Santa began in 1912 when employees were allowed to open letters and respond. The public was invited to participate in the 1940s with charitable donations.Now this could be their biggest year yet! Nice work Santa!