Friday September 27, 2013
 

Christmas and showing your support 2014
A Christmas Card!

Thank you Canada!


During the festive season many of you have contacted Red Fridays on how to send gifts for Christmas. Operation Santa Claus has allowed us once again to send a Christmas Card to the soldiers and a Tim Horton gift card.

For 2014 we are targeting 4000 Christmas cards. This is the number of men and women that are serving in away missions such as Egypt and other countries. Help us reach the goal of a Christmas Card for every soldier serving away from home during Christmas.

Through Operation Santa Claus we can send your Christmas Card and a (Tim Horton's gift card - voluntary but not necessary) directly to all the troops that are serving away from home.  Here is how it works.

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1) Buy or create your Christmas Card

2) Address the card to "A Canadian Soldier"

3) Write in a message of thanks and seasons greetings.

4) Place the card in the envelope and the optional Tims gift card. 
Label the outside of the envelope containing the card "To A Canadian Soldier".

5) Place the card in a another envelope in which you address to us.

6) Send the card to the following address.
    Red Fridays Foundation of Canada
    Christmas Cards to the troops
    398 Charrington Ave
    Oshawa, ON
    L1G7B2

   


DEADLINE:

Because of the time line logistics and delivery date to meet the Christmas date in the overseas missions, all cards must be received by early October 2014. Any cards that arrive late will miss the shipment to over seas deployment soldiers and will be held for the following year.

Help Red Fridays Foundation of Canada meet their goal to give every serving member a Christmas Card from a Canadian Family.

 

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