Q: I’m all out of mailing labels. Can I get them emailed to me?
A: One of the most common requests heard in Sponsor Services is for more mailing labels.
Sponsors may know they can contact Sponsor Services to request more labels, but what many don’t know is that we can email the mailing labels as well.
Sending the mailing labels by email has a number of benefits. Aside from being much faster than regular mail (almost instantaneous), using email helps reduce the amount of paper being used and is a more eco-friendly choice. It’s also more cost-effective, as it saves postage and material costs. You can also save the email and reuse the mailing information whenever you write your sponsored friend.
Contact our Sponsor Services team at (800) 875-6564 or email@example.com to request mailing labels by email.
We recently updated our stationery and you may have seen a new envelope arrive in your mailbox.
If you haven’t seen it, you may want to check your mail. Some of our sponsors don’t recognize this stationery, and haven’t responded to some of the mailings we’ve sent them. In fact, our Sponsor Services team made more than 2,000 calls last month to let our sponsors know about our new envelope.
In case you don’t recognize this new design, keep an eye on your mailbox. You should see it soon!
Steve Taylor, Unbound sponsor, meets his sponsored friend Nathasha on an awareness trip to India.
Akansha Roy, Unbound communication center liaison in India, and Steve Taylor, Unbound sponsor, contributed information to this report.
For the past 18 months or so, Steve Taylor of Virginia and his sponsored friend, Nathasha from India, have exchanged countless letters. In a previous blog post, Steve and Nathasha expressed how they feel like family, even though they had never met.
Well, they still feel like family, but they can finally say they have met one another!
Sponsors frequently ask us, “Can I visit my sponsored child or aging friend even if I can’t make it on a CFCA awareness trip?” The answer is a resounding yes! Learn about our individual sponsor visits and how they can help you find the best time to meet your friend.