The Letters Project shares stories of families whose children are struggling with terminal illness and developmental disabilities. This website allows users to come together as an online community to show support for these families and learn how these types of illnesses and disabilities affect people in our world today.
In a world where communication has advanced through technology, the human aspect of it is barely there. People write emails, messages, text messages to those they are trying to communicate with. The personal aspect of writing and receiving mail, knowing that someone took the time to write is slowly slipping from our culture. The Letters Project provides an opportunity for people and students to harness some of these more traditional human characteristics that effect people in a positive way.
In order to send letters to our receivers you must subscribe to the page.
We are a New York Not-for-Profit Corporation.
If you are having a hard time trying to figure out what to write or send, please review the following examples for some ideas!
The best letters are those that say “Just keeping you in my prayers” or “Keeping you in my thoughts.”
Good luck and thank you for taking part in this project.
The Letters Project Team