Share Your Wish for Good and Help UPS See #WishesDelivered

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of UPS. All opinions are 100% mine.

When I ask my kids what they wish for this holiday, I get everything from requests for new books to toys to time with relatives. Each of us has a unique wish that we hope to see fulfilled this holiday, and many of those wishes will arrive at the doorstep of our loved ones from the big brown UPS truck!

Our UPS delivery driver is a tall, friendly guy who always takes time to chat with our kids when he bring our packages. Our boys get very excited with each delivery, because they know that their special holiday wish could be hiding inside!

This year, UPS is working extra hard to see more holiday wishes delivered than ever.  In fact, they are using this season to highlight those who are making the world better and need your help to make it happen!

My wish is for all kids in the U.S. to see a special toy or book arrive this season. I remember how much it meant to me to see my most treasured gift under the tree (I wished for a chemistry set.) When it came, it made me feel special and loved to know that my very specific wish was granted! The happiness on a child's face is something I wish to see all over the world!

Organizations like Toys for Tots Literacy Program, The Salvation Army and other are important to creating these same magical memories for today's kids. In fact, when you share your wish for the good of others or how someone in your community is helping to make wishes come true, UPS will donate $1 to these organizations to make those wishes become a reality!

We all have wishes, some that are meaningful, selfless, and designed to change the world. To participate in this amazing program, simply share your wish on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #WishesDelivered. You can also visit the UPS #WishesDelivered site and share! You have until January 1, 2016 to let the world know about it! While you're there, check out the best #WishesDelivered stories, like the story of Mr. Brown's Books, about a man who collects used textbooks to send to kids in Africa (all delivered by UPS, of course!)
What’s your wish? Who would you recognize on the #WishesDelivered Site as a wisher of wishes?

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