Letters To Santa
It’s that time of year when many companies host holiday parties. Some people might be headed to one right now, but in Downers Grove, one company is foregoing a party and doing something more in the spirit of giving.
3,000 have already picked up “Letters to Santa” at the main post office and one group so liked the idea that it’s become an annual project with a $25,000 budget. WBBM’s John Cody has more.
(CBS) — Employees at MicroTek are scaling back their annual holiday party this year and instead are participating in the “Letters to Santa” program sponsored by the post office. CEO Don Slivnesky says each employee […]
Time is growing short for people who want to play Santa under a program run by the U.S. Postal Service.
Now that the holiday season is in full swing, so is one holiday tradition that brings cheer to families in need: the U.S. Post Office’s annual “Operation Letters To Santa” program.
Letters to Santa are piling up at Chicago’s Main Post Office, waiting for an attentive helper to answer them.
The Chicago post office says 8,000 letters to Santa are in the lobby of the main postal facility on Harrison Street, waiting to be answered in time for Christmas.
A little girl wrote a letter to Santa, and asked for a coat for her mother. The response has been nothing short of amazing. Newsradio 780′s Mike Krauser reports.
The post office calls it “mind-boggling”: Even in a less-than-robust economy, letters to Santa from needy families are down significantly this year.
More than 800 hundred students at Richard J. Daley Academy on the city’s South Side received a visit from Santa today who handed out gifts that were requested.
It’s a good time to get in the Christmas spirit, as the U.S. Postal Service has begun its annual “Letters To Santa” campaign.
The main post office in Chicago will have a few thousand “Letters to Santa” displayed in the mezzanine lobby by Wednesday of next week – most of them from needy families asking for help. Newsradio 780’s Steve Miller reports.