Oklahoma Red Cross Spreads Holiday Cheer

Holiday Mail for Heroes card signing event in Oklahoma
The Red Cross is proud to support the many men and women who are not able to be with family and loved ones during the holidays.

The American Red Cross in Oklahoma is hard at work making, signing and mailing holiday cards for those who are bravely serving their country.

The Red Cross is currently accepting cards for the Holiday Mail for Heroes program. It’s a great program that benefits the military, veterans and their families. Thousands of holiday cards are handmade or simply signed by people across the country. These cards are then distributed around the world to America’s heroes, sent by tens of thousands of Americans, to provide a warm touch of home for our troops during the holiday season. The Red Cross is proud to support the many men and women who are not able to be with family and loved ones during the holidays.

The Oklahoma City office held a card making/signing event for staff, volunteer and the community. Fire chiefs from the Oklahoma City Metro even took some time to make these cards, one of whom saying it was an honor to do so.

The Woodward office, located at 1209 9th Street, will be hosting a card making/signing event on November 15 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the evening. The public is welcome.

The Enid office will be hosting at card making/signing event on November 29 and 30 from 9 a.m. to noon at Crystals Boutique located in the Oakwood Mall at 4125 W. Garriot Road in Enid. The public is invited to visit the respective offices to participate.

These cards can be made at home and then brought to a local Red Cross office or mailed to the Holiday Mail for Heroes mail box located at:

  • Holiday Mail for Heroes
  • P.O. Box 5456
  • Capitol Heights, MD 20791-5456
  • There are rules when it comes to these cards and those rules can be found at on the Holiday Mail for Heroes website. The deadline for cards in is December 6.

    Take some time to thank our heroes!