Advent time is here already and the holidays are inching closer by the day... so it's time to get our yearly campaign with Deutsche Post back online, to make sure your postcards count for a good cause! This will be the fourth year we run this campaign and by now I guess most of you know how it goes, but just in case:
So if you're in Germany, all you have to do is send postcards, as many as you can! If your December postcards are registered before the end of February 2017, you'll be contributing to this cause.
Although only postcards sent from Germany count, there's always a receiver in every postcard exchange — so each time a card from Germany is registered, the recipient will be indirectly contributing to this donation as well!
To make things even more interesting, there will also be some nice prizes for the participants:
- Two €50 vouchers for www.allyouneed.com.
- Three €40 vouchers for Marke Individuell.
- Three post-themed messenger bags from Deutsche Post.
Nice, right? The winners will be picked by Paulo's random number generator in early March 2017, at which point we will also announce the value raised by the German postcrossers to Stiftung Lesen here on the blog. Every year, we've been raising a little bit more than the previous year, and last year the total was a very impressive €8,857... but can we do even better this year? 😊
Stiftung Lesen is a German non-profit organization, working to increase literacy in the population, especially among children and adolescents. Their activities include reading clubs and projects to promote the learning of German language by refugee families in the country.
So... what are you waiting for? If you're in Germany, get your postcards and stamps ready for December! The more cards you send, the more you'll contribute — and the more chances you'll have of winning a voucher, stamps or one of those nifty messenger bags! 😍
P.S. - As always, we respect your personal information and will not share it with any company without your explicit permission. The full details of this campaign can be read here (German only).