Package Forwarding: Get your package to the right address in China
1. After I receive payment, I will send you my father's address and phone number. Please write his address and phone number on your package to him. International carriers sometimes require the phone number to be on the box with the address. You may pay by PayPal (below).
2. Please place in your package a copy of your CCAA acceptance letter, or a copy of any other document that has the Chinese characters of your child's name and the orphanage's name. This will allow my father to write on the box who the package is for.
3. Please email me a copy of your CCAA acceptance letter, or any other document that has the Chinese characters of your child's name and the orphanage's name.
4. If you want to include a letter in the package, I will be glad to translate it for you. The fee is $0.12 per word. The minimum charge is $20 each translation job. If you have a pre-translated letter, please email or mail it to me. You may also use one of my standard letters (below).
People usually use the United States Postal Service, UPS or FedEx to send items to my father's address.
PLEASE DO NOT send your items to the BlessedKids address. We cannot ship items to China for you.
The fee below includes the cost to repackage your items and mail them to the orphanage.
Fee for each additional pound over 3 pounds.
About this Service
This service is for adoptive parents who are sending their own package via an international carrier to an orphanage or foster parents in China, and want to make sure it gets there. You may send your package to my father's address in China, and he will forward the package via Chinese Super Express (similar to UPS in the USA) to any destination in China. My father repackages your shipment in a box that meets Chinese Post Office specifications.
Many adoptive parents have told me about problems with sending their own packages to China. International carriers are sometimes unable to locate some addresses after a package lands in China. My father lives in a large city at an easy-to-find address.
This service also lets orphanages avoid paying Chinese Import Fees on international parcels. Orphanages sometimes reject packages if they must pay these fees. If my father needs to pay the import fees to receive your package, I will let you know the amount and you can reimburse us the cost.
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