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Post Hope - Thank You

by Rebecca Domorev April 08, 2020 1 min read

8th April, 2020

Our hearts have been so filled with your messages!

A couple of weeks ago, I invited you to send messages on paper to your loved ones, to bridge the gap of isolation.

Now I want to say thank you. You may not realise it, but your messages are encouraging us too. We see the love you have for those you cannot see and somehow it reminds us we are not alone in this.

Please keep sending your messages and share the word around. It's never been more important to keep connected.

HOW POST HOPE WORKS

Type a message to a loved one at Post Hope. Enter the recipient's address at the checkout and pay $5 AUD ($4 USD, £3 GBP approx) to cover the cost. We'll print your message out and post it for you. We'll also include one of our award-winning pyramid teabags for your loved one to enjoy.

Writing your message will take just five minutes of your time and could be just what someone needs right now.

Rebecca Domorev

Co-Founder

P.S If you want to add more tea to your Post Hope message, there will be no charge for your message.



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