It’s that time of year again! The American Red Cross and Pitney Bowes have teamed up for the fourth annual Holiday Mail for Heroes program.
From now until December 10th you are invited to send holiday cards to our American service members, their families, and veterans all over the world. Anyone can send a card and you can send as many as you would like! Please send all cards to
Holiday Mail for Heroes
PO Box 5456
Capitol Heights, MD
The deadline for this year is December 10th. Unfortunately, if your cards are not postmarked by December 10th they cannot be delivered. After Pitney Bowes collects and screens the mail received in the PO Box, Red Cross workers deliver holiday greetings to service men and women in their communities. Check out how our uniformed men and women and their families expressed their gratitude for the Holiday Mail program when it delivered cards to Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
Our Holiday Mail for Heroes YouTube playlist features videos capturing last year’s successes.
Each year the American Red Cross provides assistance to over 2 million service members and many of our nation’s 24 million veterans. At the core of the Service to the Armed Forces mission is our commitment to support military families, military and veterans hospitals and provide emergency communications across the globe.
You can support the Service to the Armed Forces mission of the American Red Cross.
Editor’s Note: AlwaysCatholicBlog is asking our readers to send Religious cards only to this program. Religious cards are allowed and do not worry if the serviceman or woman that receives the card is not Christian. They will separate the cards before distributing them to our heroes. Anyway, nothing like acknowledging it’s Jesus’ birthday, right?
Happy Birthday Jesus!
“Jesus is the reason for the season”