In the corona pandemic, it is not easy for many people to distance themselves from friends and family. To make the tough time a little easier for you, Deutsche Post has come up with a great campaign that you can use to make your loved ones happy.

To keep in touch even in difficult times, Deutsche Post has devised a unique postcard campaign: Under the motto #ForMeForUs The company is giving away 1 million postcards that you can send for free to your loved ones.

Have you already received all the gifts? 🎅🎄

The motifs of the postcards are with the help of the associates MyPostcard App (available for free in the App Store) customizable. In addition to your photos, you can choose from dozens of different motifs and encouragement cards created specifically for the campaign.

Here’s how you can send your personal greeting card:

First you need to download the free MyPostcard app from the app store. After opening the app, simply enter the profile in the design shop #ForMeForUs call. Now you can choose a postcard design and add your own photo or choose one of the ready-made designs.

Navigating the menu then leads in simple steps to the postcard text field and the address field. Fill it out and submit it for free – done!

Alternatively, postcards can also be accessed via the action page (link to design profile) select and create. The campaign continues until the quota of 1,000,000 postcards is exhausted. A total of three postcards can be sent per user.

Deutsche Post’s postcard campaign is intended to help contain the infection rate

With their campaign, Deutsche Post and MyPostcard are supporting the Federal Ministry of Health’s efforts to help curb COVID 19 infection by limiting personal contact.

The current postcard designs were therefore deliberately created on the basis of the ministry’s current embassies in order to encourage perseverance and offer an alternative to direct contact. Together against Corona – this remains important. Find out more about together


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