Send Real Handwritten notes for your business in just a few clicks.

We believe kindness always makes good business sense.

Sending a real handwritten note is a powerful way to show clients, customers, and employees how much you appreciate working with them, and Hello Mailbox makes it easier than ever. We take care of everything - from design, printing, handwriting, envelopes, postage, and mailing. We can even help with messaging if you need a little nudge.

How it Works

Select the perfect card or design your own. For accounts sending 100+ cards, your dedicated account rep will help you craft the perfect strategy - from messaging to design and scheduling.

Upload addresses, contact information and dates, so we know where, when and to whom to send your cards.

Craft your own message or we can do it for you! Handwritten cards are perfect for thank you's, birthdays, anniversaries, following-ups, and more!

We take Care of the Rest!

There are infinite reasons to send a card from your business. We'll help you create a meaningful handwritten strategy that's right for you.

Let's Get Started!

Contact us to learn more about how Hello Mailbox can help your business leverage the power of handwritten notes.

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Testimonials

Relationships are so important to our business! We’ve been sending handwritten cards for years and our sales have increased dramatically among clients who receive thank you and birthday cards. We love to make our customers feel special and let them know how much we appreciate them!"

Meredith S., Sales Director

Personal, handwritten cards keep us top of mind for our customers. When they’re ready to buy or sell their home, they think of us first because we’ve been in touch multiple times throughout the year in thoughtful, meaningful ways!"

Mark F., Real Estate Broker

Each and every one of our 1,000+ employees receives a thoughtful, handwritten birthday card. Hello Mailbox helps us share birthday wishes without overwhelming our wonderful HR staff or worrying about someone's special day being forgotten!”

Savannah H., CEO