Please mail all letters to:
NASH FM 102.5
P.O. Box 690
New Castle, IN 47362
You can also drop them off at:
Art Van Furniture
4701 Wheeling Ave, Muncie, IN 47304
Gaddis Chrysler Dodge Jeep and Ram
1717 Wheeling Ave, Muncie, IN 47303
Reynolds Farm Equipment
2220 E McGalliard Rd, Muncie, IN 47303
What is 10,000 Thank Yous?
NASH FM 102.5 is calling on YOU to create, collect, and send 10,000 “thank you” letters to our troops. Our troops are there for us 24/7, it’s YOUR turn to be there for THEM when they need it the most!
Challenge your neighbors, church group, class, or entire school, team, fraternity or sorority, Girl or Boy Scout Troop, and office to start writing letters of thanks to our military!
Start writing those letters! Get together with ANYONE you know to write letters of gratitude to our deployed service members and veterans. Mail all letters to NASH FM 102.5 at P.O. Box 690, New Castle, IN 47362.
We are hoping to collect all thank you cards and letters by Wednesday, November 27th.
After you’ve written all those letters, send all of them bundled as directed below. Please do NOT include envelopes when writing cards – it will only slow down the sorting!
- Bundle letters in groups (typically in groups of 25, 50, 100, or 250 is best for a large amount).
- Please add a note to the top of your letters noting how many are in each bundle! This will be a HUGE help while sorting and counting.
- Feel free to place all letters in a manila envelope for ease of shipping.
Mail all letters to NASH FM 102.5 at P.O. Box 690, New Castle, IN 47362.
No physical or monetary donations will be accepted – please do not include those in your letters.
Letter Writing Suggestions
- Here are a few tips to remember when writing your letters:
- Be positive and upbeat
- Be thankful
- Feel free to share a little info about yourself like hobbies, pets, etc.
- Talk about things happening around home like the weather, sports, etc.
- A great way to start your letter is “Dear Service Member” or “Dear Friend”
- Here are some things NOT to do when writing your letters:
- They love kids’ drawings but do NOT use glitter or attach any other crafting materials (such as “googly eyes” or pipe cleaners)
- Do not discuss inappropriate things
- Avoid politics or political statements
- Avoid lengthy religious discussions but saying you are praying for them is great
- Avoid making holiday-specific cards, as the troops will be sent letters throughout the year
- Do NOT include envelopes when writing cards – it will only slow down the sorting!
- Ideas to get you started:
- Buy a box of greeting cards, write a short note of encouragement to our troops and send them to us to be included in our packages
- Fold a piece of paper in half and make your own card. We would love for schools, churches, and clubs to have their children spend a few minutes making cards