Toby's Daughter Got a Birthday Card from The President - How You Can Too!

Toby's Daughter received some mail from The White House! He had to sit on his hands until he got a chance to give it to her after she celebrated her big 20th birthday at college in Boston so she could open it herself. It was a birthday card from The President and First Lady! But did you know you can get one too?!? It's not just for birthdays either. They'll congratulate you on a number of important things...

Presidential greetings are available for select birthday and anniversary celebrations. They are also available for births and weddings. If you would like to self-request a Presidential Greeting, please submit your request on the White House's website here. The inbox is checked daily for greeting requests. General guidelines from prior presidential Administrations are available below and will be updated when more information is available from the incoming Administration. 

  • The White House will send greetings only to United States citizens for special occasions as outlined below.
  • Whenever possible, all greetings will be mailed from the White House approximately 14 days prior to the event. All baby's birth greetings will be sent after the event.
  • The guidelines for some of the most commonly requested greetings are as follows:
    • Baby’s Birth Greeting:  available for babies within a year of the birth date. Please make your request after the baby is born.
    • Birthday Greeting: available for civilians celebrating their 80th (or greater) birthday and veterans celebrating their 70th (or greater) birthday. Please make your request at least 6 weeks in advance of the birthday.
    • Retirement Greeting: available for 20 years of service or longer.
    • Wedding Greeting: If you would like to receive your wedding greeting before the event, please make your request at least 6 weeks in advance of the date and submit using maiden names.
    • Wedding Anniversary Greeting: available to couples who are celebrating their 50th (or greater) wedding anniversary. Please make your request at least 6 weeks in advance of the anniversary.

Click here to request your card from The White House

Source: WhiteHouse
Photo: Getty

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