That’s the reason we take the wellbeing of your mail so truly, and why we buckle down on various distinctive fronts to guarantee it. The Postal Inspection Service takes a complete, network based way to deal with mail robbery and other security issues, and additionally to avoidance through open effort and instruction, through expanded law requirement nearness, and through collaborating with other law authorization organizations to capture mail thieves.We’re persevering in our endeavors. In any case, you have to do your part to help guarantee those unique cards and bundles are sent and touch base to their goals securely. We have some essential tips you can utilize amid the occasions as well as throughout the entire year. It would be ideal if you investigate these — as it’s been said, learning IS power.All of us at the Postal Inspection Service trust you and your friends and family have a protected, sound and glad Christmas season. Appreciate the majority of the sights, sounds and tastes this season brings to the table!
Five things you should know about USPS Operation Santa™ It’s getting close to that time of the year when the magic of the holidays starts to enter our busy lives. The time when we start to believe that anything is possible. What is it about the holidays that has even the most cynical among us wanting to believe? Maybe it is seeing starry-eyed children write to Santa and believing he will grant their wish. Maybe we believe in this magic, because we see people reaching out to help those who are less fortunate, revealing the good we all have in common. That is what the magic of the holidays means to me. The best memories I have during the holiday season involve helping others, spending time with those who have no family, and making other’s wishes come true.Dear SantaRegardless of the reason for believing in the enchantment of the season, the U.S. Postal Service Operation Santa™ program embodies holiday magic. So what makes Operation Santa magical?
History. The Postal Service has been receiving children’s letters to Santa for more than 106 years, and Operation Santa has provided ways to respond — and in some cases even fulfill — the requests.