Write my child a letter

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Betty Miller

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Hi Betty! Thank you so much for your heart for this ministry and for the love you have for your child! We appreciate your desire to develop a meaningful relationship with your kiddo through letter writing! You may write your sweet girl, Ruby, a letter physically on Compassion stationary or any other paper that fits within our guidelines. If you do not use Compassion stationary, please ensure your name, sponsor number, child’s name, and child’s number is written on the top of your correspondence. You may send your letters to Compassion’s address below, and we will send your letters to Ruby. 

Attn Correspondence Dept
Compassion International
Colorado Springs, CO 80997-0004

You may also write a letter online through your My Account on www.compassion.com. I see you have already created your online account :). Once logged in, simply select the “Write My Child” option from the menu and follow the steps to send your kiddo a letter.

Along with a personal letter, you can send: stickers, bookmarks, musical greeting cards, and pop-up cards. These items will be physically delivered to your child. You can also send: letters, photos, postcards, greeting cards, coloring pages and paper crafts. However, your child will not receive the 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”. If you have any further questions about our letter writing guidelines, more information is available here. Have a blessed day!

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