Writing to your sponsored child is an easy way to get closer to, and stay connected with, your child and their family.
Sponsored children love receiving letters, cards and photos directly from their sponsors! These often become their most treasured possessions. By sending a letter, your sponsored child has the opportunity to write back and share their life with you. Most importantly, your letters show your sponsored child that someone in Canada cares for them. Here are a few things to keep in mind when writing your sponsored child. Writing to your sponsored child is an easy way to get closer to and stay connected with your child and their family.
Here are a few things to keep in mind when writing your sponsored child.
Write the mailing address of your sponsored child’s country office on the front of the envelope.
P.O. Box xxxxx
3) Sometimes letters get separated from envelopes, so on your letter or note inside the package be sure to include:
- Your child’s full name
- Your child’s ID number
- Your full name
Send a small package to your sponsored child.
Choose small, inexpensive items that fit into a 6”x 9” envelope, and then mail it to your child’s World Vision country office.
Frequently Asked Questions
We strongly encourage you to write to your sponsored child. Children love to hear from their sponsors and often treasure the letters and photos that are sent.
When writing to your sponsored child, please use the World Vision country office address located in the picture folder for your sponsored child. All correspondence must include: