One thing that 2020 has certainly taught us is we must remain connected during the pandemic. One of the most difficult parts of the world’s new normal is being separated from your closest family and friends. During the Holidays, it’s time to turn to new (and old) ways of communicating in order to stay connected with your favorite people.
With so many ways to keep in touch, personal interactions are still just that. Intentional. Memorable.
While it may seem easy to let holiday cards go by the wayside, now more than ever, sending a holiday greeting via old fashioned snail mail is just the thing to spread joy this season.
Here are four reasons to send a holiday greeting card this year (like the adorable card from Second Harvest Food Bank:
#1 It’s refreshing to get real mail.
Gone are the days when you find personal mail in the mailbox. It’s always junk mail or a bill. Receiving a card or letter in the mail with your name on it sparks heartfelt appreciation. It is also a quick way to help support your local Post Office.
#2 Cards are fun to display.
The ultimate DIY decorations. Everyone who receives a holiday card is bound to display it. On the mantle, the fridge or as part of a creative Pinterest-worthy project.
#3 It’s the thought that counts.
People love to stay connected, especially at the holidays. It’s a time to express gratitude and share highlights from the year. When you let someone know that you are thinking of them throughout the season, it speaks volumes to how much you value the relationship. Together, we can help our neighbors in need and also send a ‘paper hug’ that wraps them in warmth with the knowledge that you care.
#4 Cards can have more than one purpose.
A card can send a heartfelt greeting and create hope. When you purchase a card from Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida, each card shares a holiday wish with the recipient and 20 meals for a family in need. Thanks to you, hope is shared in all seasons.
Share Hope in All Seasons with Holiday Cards
Now through December 31.