Absolutely! We encourage sending postcards in bulk as it helps mitigate postage costs. We’ll fly boxes or large envelopes of postcards together and return them to you as one bundle. If you’re sending in bulk, the postcard doesn’t have to be a postcard at all. We’re happy to fly postcard-sized paper to keep the cost low for everyone.
Yes, please do! There’s no limit to how many postcards a student can collect and we encourage students to send as many as they'd like. Students can address postcards to themselves, friends, family, and beyond.
Nope, we encourage you to make your own postcard out of whatever you can find—a notecard, back of a cereal box, manila envelope, or a postcard you picked up on a family vacation. Be creative!
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Aside from the cost of postage, the program is free. If the cost of postage is a barrier to participation, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It varies but we’re committed to flying every postcard we receive and unfortunately aren’t able to provide advance notice. We thank you for your patience.
Due to the high volume of postcards we receive, we aren’t able to guarantee a return date. Just know that our team works very hard to get these returned to you.
Absolutely. We recommend using a Global Forever International U.S. Postage stamp. If you send your postcard without a return postage stamp, we’ll do our best to get it back to you.
Yes, Club for the Future has payload space for postcards on every New Shepard flight for the foreseeable future.
No. We encourage you to send whatever artistic expression you want to share about the future of living and working in space—or any other topic of your choosing. The sky is the limit!