Christmas cards for unsponsored kids

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Last year you accepted Christmas cards for children that did not have sponsors. Is that something I could do this year? If so, what is the best way to mail them to you so you know what to do with them? When do they need to arrive? Thank you
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Sue Huff

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Posted 8 years ago

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Haley, Sponsor and Donor Relations, Operations

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Thank you for asking this question, Sue! We are accepting Christmas Cards for unsponsored children this year! You are welcome to send up to 25 cards (without attachments, please - for example, additional stickers, etc.) to our address at the attention of "Suzanne - SPC." We need to receive those prior to November 4 in order to send them in time.
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Lizzie, Champion

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why only 25?
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Sue Huff

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Thank you Haley! I wanted to do this last year, but couldn't find any Christmas cards. I bought ahead so am ready to go for this year.
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Brett Goodlin, Stewardship Specialist / Finance Division

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Send the letters to:

Compassion International
Attn: Suzanne - SPC
Colorado Springs, CO 80997-0004
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Leslie Allen Taylor

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Do you want the cards in envelopes? How should we sign them?
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Shaina Moats

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It's up to you- you can include the envelopes if you would like. I would sign your name and maybe your state. I think it would be neat for the child to know what area you are from if you're comfortable with that.