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LOVE MONTH IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER

For the month of February, Letters of Love is 

In the next few weeks, consider taking a few minutes to make some cards to brighten a little one’s day. Here is what you need to know:

LAST DAY TO MAIL VALENTINE'S CARDS: FEB. 3
(BUT YOU CAN KEEP SENDING LOVE-THEMED CARDS FOR THE WHOLE MONTH!)

Letters of Love

P.O. Box 354  

Long Lake, MN 55356 

United States

MAKING CARDS

Holiday cards aren’t that much different than everyday cards, so curl up with a mug of hot chocolate or your winter drink of choice and let your creative juices flow. Because of the holiday’s, we do need your cards by a specific date, but do not fear you still have time! All cards must be mailed by December 6 so we have time to distribute them. 

 

Before you dive in, check out our card-making guidelines and our card hall of fame for some inspiration!

Pick your paper and grab some markers and get to it! We are looking mainly for Christmas and Hanukkah cards, but general winter well wishes work too. 

Package up all your amazing work in one envelope, head to your nearest mailbox and send it on its way. Cards can be mailed to: 

Letters of Love

P.O. Box 354

Long Lake, MN 55356

United States

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VALENTINE TIPS

Make a variety! Christmas isn’t the only holiday in December and we want to support people of all beliefs and traditions. 

Keep it light! Being hospitalized can be incredibly hard and we want our cards to be a source of happiness for all. 

Snowmen, snowflakes and the like make great cards! Winter isn’t just about the holidays, so don’t be afraid to branch out into general winter cards. 

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DONATING

Looking for another way to give back? Consider donating a toy or money to Letters of Love. If you want to donate a toy, it must be in its original packaging and be dropped off at Letters of Love’s office during business hours or mailed to Letters of Love by December 6 (along with cards!). You can also donate money to Letters of Love and a portion of donations will be used to purchase toys to send to hospitals this December. 

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