Sending Christmas/birthday cards

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If I sent my children a birthday card will they get the actual card or will they get a scanned picture of it? Thanks!
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Madison Satterfield

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Susan, Sponsor and Donor Relations, Social Media

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Hi Madison! It depends on what type of card it was. If the card was a musical or pop-up card, the card will be mailed. If the card lays flat, it will be scanned, sent electronically to your child's country, printed, and given to your child. 
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What if it's not pop up but is a handmade card?
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Christina, Employee

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Hi Andrea! Thank you so much for your heart to send your kiddos special handmade cards! Regrettably, the only cards that will be physically sent to your children will be pop-up or musical cards. If you would like to send your children handmade cards for that extra special touch, you are very welcome to send handmade pop-up cards :). However, please keep in mind that anything with writing will need to be scanned for translation, so please make sure that it can lay flat when open if necessary. I recommend leaving your pop-up card blank and then include a separate letter that can be easily scanned for translation and then sent along with your card. Please let us know if you have any additional questions. Have a blessed day!

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