During Thinking of You Week, we encourage you to write one card every day for a week.
Not sure who to write to every day for one week? We can help. A good starting point is our Inspiration Wall – take a look at what Thinking Of You Week means to others.
There are also some wonderful groups already devoted to organizing writing campaigns. Here are a few that we found.
Send your cards to this organization and they will send them to cancer patients who have signed up for some support. The website also gives ideas of what to write.
They stock their website each month with new love letter requests. At the end of each month, letter are bundled and delivered.
Write a letter to an elderly person, and Love for the Elderly will deliver it to a senior in need of a warm thought, expression of caring, and connection.
Send cards to kids (and sometimes adults), who could use a smile. Most are battling life-threatening illness, or have suffered great loss.
This community publishes addresses directly on their Facebook page so you can mail letters directly to those in need.
Their Cards of Hope program sends cards to local group homes and facilities that house youth separated from loved ones.
Helping younger generations understand the importance of remembering the ones who paved the way for us, while reminding seniors that they are cared for and not forgotten.