Can I send things in the mail?

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I am brand new to this. I was wondering if there is a way I can send things through the mail to my child or do I have to send things directly through the compassion website?
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Hi Katey! You are welcome to send your letters and additional items through the mail to our office or through our website.  Along with a personal letter, you can send: stickers, bookmarks and musical greeting cards. These items will be physically delivered to your child if you've mailed them into our office to be processed.

You can also send: letters, photos, postcards, greeting cards, coloring pages and paper crafts. However, your child will not receive these original items. The items will be scanned and sent electronically. The total number of items (including stationery and the letter to your child) should not be more than six sheets, and each flat paper gift item should not be larger than 8.5” x 11”. Items sent without a personal letter will not be delivered to your sponsored child.The address for our office is:

Compassion International

Attn: Child Correspondence

Colorado Springs, CO 80997

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