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As 2022 comes to a close, it’s important to take a moment and reflect. Looking back at the past year can be a good way to capture all of the major events, big and small, that had an impact on your life. At Sandboxx, we had another great year of supporting military families, recruits, service members and recruiters.

Here is a recap of some of the things we did this year.

We made a lot of new friends

110,926+ new users downloaded Sandboxx.

We sent a lot of military mail

1,590,622+ Sandboxx Letters sent, you kept us busy!

Call us Michael Scott, because we love our paper

Printed on 7,517,539+ sheets of paper.

We helped military recruits stay connected with their families

90,709+ recruits received a Sandboxx Letter, we wish we could see the smile on their faces.

Some recruits got an Exchange shopping spree

51,097+ gift cards sent to recruits.

And some got newsletters and motivation

430,164+ newsletters and daily drives sent to recruits.

We see those families making a difference in their recruit’s life

There are 7,520+ support squads with 13,650+ members and counting.

But there is only one group that has given the most support this year

Mom has always been there with 37% of letters sent through Sandboxx.

Customer Happiness kept people happy

80,000+ chats with Sandboxx users.

We’re not perfect…

App crashed 1 time.

We’re always thinking of new features 

Support Squad launched in the Sandboxx app.

And we kept your app updated with the newest features

24 App Store and Google Play Store releases.

Our team got bigger

21 new Sandboxxers.

Our YouTube channel blew up

23 million views and 116,600 new subscribers this year.

We were in the spirit of giving all year long

9 giveaways with prizes like free letter tokens, t-shirts and even a Nespresso machine.


We hope you enjoyed this year of Sandboxx. We’re excited to see what the future has in store for us, and we hope that our continued dedication to supporting military families will make a difference in the lives of those who serve our country.

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