Do I have to write my letters on Compassion stationary?

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I can't find any of the letter forms pre-printed with our child's code/info, and my children want to send some drawings. May I just write the code at the top of any letter or does it have to be on compassion letterhead with the barcode? I have our child's code. Or could I print out the form somewhere? Thanks!
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Elaine Tipton

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Lindsay

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You don't need to use the Compassion stationary. You do need to make sure to include the kids name, number, and your sponsor number on each thing you send, though.
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Hi Elaine! You may write on any stationery you have. Just be sure to include your child's number on your letter as well as your sponsor number as Lindsay said. Also, be sure to include this information on anything else you send with your letter (photos, stickers, etc.). We will always provide you stationary to use when you receive a letter response from your child in the mail. If you would rather use our stationary with the Compassion letterhead, you can always contact us and we would be happy to mail you extra. :)

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