Nothing delights me more than young children who love receiving mail.
When I heard about a young girl who had a relapse on her childhood cancer journey was looking to receive some mail to brighten her day, I KNEW I had to send her an Olivia The Superhero story card.
The next time you hear about a child in hospital, or a child who might need some extra cheer, consider taking the time to send some snail mail in 3 easy steps.
Step 1: Gather your supplies - envelope, paper or card and postage stamp.
Step 2: Have your child help out. They can draw a picture, make a card, or write a letter, depending on skill level.
Step 3: Visit the post office or mailbox and send your happy mail on its way.
I am not the only one to do this, I've had several previous Petit Mail customers purchase story cards to be sent to sick children. Unlike our Petit Mail story card subscriptions, individual story cards can be purchased at any time and are addressed and sent directly to the child in a colourful envelope. What a wonderful way to brighten someone's day!
A variety of fun, double-sided story cards are available, including themes like art, nature, and science. Olivia The Superhero just happens to be one of my favourites, empowering and self-esteem building!
Of course, you can also choose to send a story card to a child just because.
Happy Mail is never a bad idea.