New York’s super survivor that asked for Christmas cards granted trip to Disney World


SCHENECTADY, NY (NEWS 10) – Little Sa’fyre Terry thought she was going to a birthday party for her twin cousins on Monday, but she didn’t know that a huge surprise was in store.

At the party she found out she’s going to happiest place on earth: Disney World.

The non-profit Baking Memories 4 Kids sells cookies to give families like hers priceless memories, and Sa’fyre is ready to pack her bags.

To buy cookies to help other kids like Sa’fyre get the trip of a life time click here.

It’s the final sprint to the Post Office before the big holiday and postal workers have more mail to sort than ever before.

On top of it already being the busiest day of the year at the post office, postal workers are also dealing with the continued outpouring of support for little Sa’fyre Terry just today 440 of these trays were delivered.

It’s the biggest delivery of mail yet for Sa’fyre 185,000 and 4,000 parcels were delivered to Sa’fyre just Monday, from nearly every state in the country.

The Schenectady post master says handling the mail is not easy task, but one everyone’s happy to do.

“It’s not so much a challenge that it is a great event to help a little girl whose really been struck with tragedy and the postal service. So we’re just thrilled to be a part of this and thrilled to help Sa’fyre,” Postmaster John Reilly tells News 10.

Sa’fyre was injured in a May 2013 fire that claimed the lives of her family.

The Christmas cards started flowing in from a Facebook post from family friend Kevin Clark and a crowdfunding page set up for Sa’fyre and the Dolder family has raised more than $300,000 at the time of this post.

If you’d like to send a card, here’s the address:

Sa’fyre TerryP.O. Box 6126 Schenectady, NY 12306

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