UPS Helps Charities This Holiday Season

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Let’s talk about holiday wishes! 

Every package that ends up on a doorstep this holiday season started with a wish, and UPS work tirelessly to deliver everyday wishes throughout the holiday season and beyond. This season, UPS wants to share these magical stories and help by donating $1 to one of their charity partners for every wish submitted up to $100K total donation! 

That means you can help a charity in need just by submitting your wish!

I have a wish that I have been thinking about for years… pretty much since the first day I moved to San Diego and saw how wonderful the military community is and how much they give of themselves for all of us!

My wish is to to throw a party for military members and their families!

I would love to have a place for the kids to have fun while the parents share a special meal together during the party. I know that the parents don’t get much time to relax while knowing that their children are safe and having fun so I would love to give them that time. I’d also like to send them home with a laptop or tablet to stay connected when their parent is deployed again too!

This is a big wish, but I’m doing small things to help them already and I’d love for you to join me. There are gifting trees where you can pull a name and buy a present for a military family… or just thank them for their service. I want them to know how much we appreciate them!

Don’t forget to submit your own wish!

To submit your wish just post it on Twitter or Instagram with the campaign hashtag #WishesDelivered site and it will automatically be submitted. Another option is to go direct to the UPS wish site (, and submit your wish directly there.

Remember that wishes are to be for someone else. 

Submissions should be selfless and meaningful and made on behalf of another person. Maybe there is a local school that really needs some new books… or a shelter that doesn’t have enough warm blankets? Get creative and have fun with this! The possibilities are endless! 

What’s your wish?

Heather Reese
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Heather Delaney Reese is the storyteller and photographer behind the lifestyle and family travel blog, It's a Lovely Life®! For the past decade, she has vacationed over 150 days a year with her family. She is a vegan, and loves being by the water, spending time with her children, husband, 2 Shih Tzus and Cat.


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