Memories For Surviving Kids
Letters for surviving kids should be written completely with the child in mind. It's your opportunity to share the experiences you had with their parent. The intent should be for the child to get to know their parent better through you. We want to encourage people to send letters without concern for guidelines, but we can suggest some of the following inclusions in your letter...
For items sent it would be courteous to have one for each surviving kid, as well as one for the adult (children tend to lose things).
No one is ever too old to receive a surviving kid letter, but remember, if the surviving kid you're writing is still under the care of a parent or guardian, be sure to address your letter to the adult. They will use their best judgment on when to present the letter.
Here's the Letter Writing PDF file, the file is large and will take a minute or two to load. Download Adobe Acrobat Reader first if you need to.
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