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When doing your Christmas cards this year, take one card and send it to this address. If we pass this on and everyone sends one card, think of how many cards these wonderful special people who have sacrificed so much would get.
When you are making out your Christmas card list this year, please include the following:
A Recovering American Soldier
c/o Walter Reed Army Medical Center
6900 Georgia Avenue,NW
Washington,D.C. 20307-5001
For mailing of packages to the troops please refer to the below opportunity:
Care packages are being mailed by Mission Harvest America, Inc. MHA has networked with our FLWG and SER Military Support Project for the past ten years. Combined with what they do and the effort from our CAP personnel over 59,800 care packages have been sent to deployed troops.
If you would like to assist you can do the following:
a. Send cards made out to "A serviceman or A servicewoman" and mail to MHA at the address below. The cards will be included in packages sent to the troops.
b. Provide SAM's, BJ or Walmart gift cards so that items can be purchased from those sources for items to be included in the package. The primary items will be snacks and goodies for the holidays.
c. Provide names of your family, friends or those who know who are deployed so MHA can mail a Holiday Package to them.
d.. Donate funds to help defray the cost of preparing and mailing a package to a deployed service person. The postage per package is $9.95 Flat Rate Priority Mail. The contents average cost is $15.00. Each package is designed for ten troops to share.
Mission Harvest America, Inc.
69 Copeland Street
Jacksonville, FL 32204
Donations to MHA will receive a tax deductible receipt. Credit card donations can be made by calling 904-356-9006 and stating you wish to make a credit card donation to support the troops. Mastercard, Visa and Discover accepted.
For more information or to assist in this project please email
Remember, it is okay to say "Merry Christmas!"
Please pass this message along. Thanks.


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Postal Service Sets Holiday Mailing Guidelines 2008
By Samantha L. Quigley
American Forces Press Service

WASHINGTON, Nov. 3, 2008 - As the holidays approach and military
families start thinking about what they're going to send loved ones
serving overseas, there are a few dates to keep in mind.

"The earliest deadline is for troops that are serving in the Iraq [and]
Afghanistan area," said Al DeSarro, spokesman for the western region of
the U.S. Postal Service. "You want to send all your holiday mail and
packages [to those areas] by Dec. 4."

Holiday mail, including packages and cards, going to military bases in
other parts of the world should be shipped by Dec. 11, he said.

"We do encourage people to closely follow these deadlines," DeSarro
said. "Of course, we make every attempt, even if you miss the deadline,
to deliver the mail to our troops."

Pseudo-Santas who can't beat those dates have another option to get
holiday goodies to their destinations in time: Express Mail. But it will
cost a bit more and it's not available for servicemembers serving in
Iraq and Afghanistan.

Priority Mail Flat-Rate boxes are the best value when shipping to
military members serving at home or anywhere overseas, DeSarro said. The
largest flat-rate box costs $10.95 to ship to an APO or FPO address.
That's a $2 discount, and the boxes are free.

The flat-rate boxes come with another bonus. If it will fit in the box,
and weighs 70 pounds or less, it ships at the established rate.

"We also offer a special military package kit, ... and this applies even
if you want to send to our troops here in the U.S.," DeSarro said. "If
you call ... 1-800-610-8734, they'll send you a free kit of packaging
materials -- priority mail boxes, tape, labels and stuff that can make
your holiday packing much easier."

When shipping any holiday package, there are some basic guidelines to
take into consideration, he added. If a USPS-provided box isn't being
used, senders should make sure the box they're using is sturdy. Don't
use wrapping paper or string on the outside, and print both the shipping
and return addresses clearly. Contents should be packaged securely and
in leak-proof containers, and consider the customs of the country to
ensure the items are appropriate and acceptable.

USPS also suggests including the mailing address, return address and the
contents of the box on a slip of paper with the other contents, just in
case something out of the ordinary should happen.

Following not only the shipping date guidelines, but also the general
packing guidelines can help the USPS get packages where they're going
during their busiest time of the year.

DeSarro urges people to mail as much as they want and as early as they
can, noting that officials expect 20 million pounds of mail will be sent
U.S. troops this holiday season.

Related Site:

USPS Overseas Holiday Shipping Calendar for Delivery by Dec. 25


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