One of the most awaited solidarity campaigns for children, Santa Claus at the Post Office, will be officially launched next Tuesday, the 14th, in Minas Gerais. The good deed has been going on for 34 years. The Post Office receives and makes available letters written by students enrolled up to the 5th year in public schools and by children in socially vulnerable situations, up to 10 years of age.
How to send a letter
To encourage creativity and writing practice, letters must be handwritten. Sending can be done in two ways: at post offices and via the Campaign Blog https://blognoel.correios.com.br/ For letters sent digitally, it is necessary to photograph or scan them to send to the blog. It is important to send a clear image so that the message can be read and understood by Santa Claus. Letters that meet the criteria established by the action are made available for adoption on the Campaign Blog. Those containing the address, telephone number or photo of the child will not be selected.
The little ones’ requests are very varied: balls, dolls, shoes and school materials. To make everything come true, the agencies count on the help of thousands of godparents willing to make the magic of Christmas happen. Anyone can participate in the campaign and make a child happy. Other information will be released at launch.
Campaign in the region
At agencies, letters can be delivered, after the launch of the campaign on the 14th. In Lafaiete, the Post Office is located at Rua Dias de Souza, 81, in the Center. Opening hours are from 9am to 5pm. More information can be obtained by calling (31) 3769-1100. In the city of Ouro Branco, anyone who wants to participate can go to the agency located at Praça Edmundo Pinto, 116, Centro, from 9am to 5pm. The contact telephone number is (31) 3741-1900. Residents of Congonhas will be able to access the letters at the Post Office located at Praça Presidente Juscelino Kubitscheck, 35, also in the central region of the city, from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. The contact number is (31) 3731 2785.
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Posted by Rafaela Meloin day 09/11/2023 – 14:30