Mail Across America - Mail a Postcard or Letter Daily

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URGENT: One of the most important action items we can take to save USPS is to inundate Congress to let our Senators and Representatives know we want USPS to thrive and to keep service as a top priority. Urge them to provide emergency funding to see USPS through a time of diminished mail volumes brought about by the pandemic. See our Vote by Mail page for links to contact information for Congress. See our Home page for the PMG’s address. Urge him to make and keep service as a top priority.

BACKGROUND: The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) started out as the Post Office, and its basic role is provided for in our Constitution. USPS is supported by its customers when they buy stamps and use its services; generally not by taxes. USPS plays a vital role in the lives of many - especially the elderly, people with poor internet service, employees in the mailing industry, many small businesses (including booksellers) and folks who like the sensation of mailing and receiving mail. Many people still pay their bills by mail and send greeting cards and letters to family and friends. USPS is in financial trouble and may cease to operate soon if we do nothing. 

ACTION: We can’t return to “normal,” and many of us feel powerless to do anything meaningful. However, there is something we can do together that is simple and inexpensive to help save the Postal Service, while enhancing our contact with our family, friends, and those in isolation. What you’ll find here are ideas to mail more often while keeping your costs down. If the Postal Service goes under, more than 7 million people will lose their jobs – not just postal employees, but people who are behind all the mail that is generated and mailed. See our "Action Ideas" page for examples of what you can do - with the hope that each of us will in turn encourage dozens of others to join us. See "Vote by Mail" page for contact info for U.S. Senators and Representatives and the White House.


Mr. Louis DeJoy
Postmaster General
475 L'Enfant Plaza SW
Washington DC 20260

Or at home:  Louis DeJoy/806 Country Club Dr/Greensboro NC 27408
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Contact the Postal Service Board of Governors by mail at:

USPS – Board of Governors
475 L’Enfant Plaza SW
Washington DC 20260
Here are their names and email addresses:
Robert M. Duncan, Chairman,
John M. Barger, Member,
Ron A. Bloom, Member,
Roman Martinez IV, Member,
Donald L. Moak, Member,
William D. Zollars, Member,
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WHAT'S Always NEW ~ ~ Poetry swap with friends and family. Write a short one on a postcard or a longer one and enclose with a note in an envelope. Nice surprise and a great way to share poetry with support of the Postal Service. Do it today. In fact, send us a postcard at the address below. Visit for the latest in contests and poems and info about their four (with four more in the works!) books, or to sign up for biweekly poetry news.

~ There are many reasons to write your U.S. Senators and Representatives. See links for their addresses near the bottom of our "Vote by Mail" page.