Nov. 19, 2019
USPS Launches Operation Santa in Denver
Denver, CO — Every year, thousands of kids write letters to Santa, but did you know that through the USPS Operation Santa program, those lists are fulfilled anonymously by generous people throughout the country?
For the first time, USPS Operation Santa is expanding to Denver, where kids of all ages can write letters to Santa that will be adopted by a member of the community.
When writing to Santa this year from the participating locations, it’s important to use Santa’s new address, a postage stamp and a return address.
123 Elf Road
In addition to the program upgrades, there is also a new web address for letter adoption, USPSOperationSanta.com.
Beginning Nov. 18, customers nationwide can adopt letters to Santa online at USPSOperationSanta.com. While the letters are adopted online, the adopter must go to a Post Office that offers “Label Broker” as an on-site service to send the gift. Adopters can find qualifying Label Broker Post Offices by visiting the Post Office Locator usps.com/locator.
USPS Operation Santa: How it works
The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.