USPS Operation Santa makes it possible for individuals and organizations to adopt letters written to Santa and send responses and thoughtful gifts in Santa’s place.
Each year hundreds of thousands of letters are written to Santa. The United States Postal Service has created Operation Santa to send responses and/or gifts.
You can even adopt a letter and help send holidays joy!
Writing a letter to Santa is easy. Follow these steps below:
1. Print out one of USPS letter templates, or use your own piece of paper.
You can choose and download a letter template from the list below:
Dear Santa Letter Template
Ho Ho Ho Letter Template
Tree Letter Template
2.Write you letter or wish list to Santa.
Be sure to include relevant details with your request. For example, if a child asks Santa for ballet shoes, tell them to mention their foot size, too. If they have siblings who also need presents, prompt them to tell Santa their ages.
3. Write Santa’s mailing address in the middle of the envelope.
123 Elf Road
North Pole, 88888
4. Write the return address in the upper left corner of the envelope.
5. Add a First Class stamp to the upper right corner of the envelope.
6. Put your letter in the envelope and mail it.
Letters must be post marked by Dec. 15, 2020
For more information on sending letters to Santa visit USPS Operation Santa.
Are you interested in adopting some letters and sending replies?
Dec. 4, 2020 is the day Operation Santa launches. If you are interested in sending some holiday joy visit the USPS Operation Santa for more details on how you can help.