Letterboxer is dedicated to fighting the unnecessary waste from junkmail. Letterboxer not only saves junkmail from being distributed, and in turn trees from being logged, but is assisting New Zealanders to progress towards sustainable living.
Destroying forests to make paper for junk mail releases as much greenhouse gas pollution as 9 million cars according to a 2008 ForestEthics report.
Too much Junkmail
The average Christchurch home receives 70kg of junkmail per year.
Do people even like junkmail?
A third of people receiving junkmail will give it up if you offer them a ‘no junkmail’ sticker.
Letterboxer is dedicated to fighting the unnecessary waste from junkmail. Letterboxer not only saves junkmail from being distributed, and in turn trees from being logged, but is assisting New Zealanders to progress towards sustainable living. Letterboxer was founded in 2006 by Andrew Horton.
Make a sustainable choice
We don't make any money from Letterboxer
Letterboxer is only for New Zealanders
The Letterboxer Team
Do you want a free sticker? We post anywhere in New Zealand
Young Letterboxer Heroes
During a typical weekend, teenage boys aren’t necessarily focused on saving the environment, but for Akasha, aged 14, and Nile, aged 13, reducing waste, recycling where possible, and fighting for a more sustainable New Zealand with Letterboxer, are just part of the many ways in which the next generation are taking a stand against climate Read more about Young Letterboxer Heroes[…]
New Junkmail Stickers for 2017 from SMTP2Go
Our new stickers are ready and even bigger than before! The stickers were printed in Melbourne and soon will be in Christchurch with Julz McKeefry (NZ Letterboxer Manager)! I know some of you have been waiting for your sticker to arrive, and I can now tell you that it won’t be much longer. Please leave Read more about New Junkmail Stickers for 2017 from SMTP2Go[…]
Sponsorship from SMTP2Go
Charles Abrahamson from SMTP2Go has generously sponsored Letterboxer’s stickers and envelopes from 2015. SMTP2Go is a Christchurch based company that provides email services.
Letterboxer is still going strong and Julian from JustOrganic is posting out stickers across New Zealand. Remember this is funded by me (Andrew Horton) out of my own pocket so please only order stickers if you intend to use them. I recently started up Buy-It-Once.com – I’m searching the world for all kinds of products Read more about 2015 Update[…]
Andrew Moved To Melbourne
Andrew Horton, the Letterboxer founder has moved from New Zealand to Melbourne. Thankfully Julian McKeefry has agreed to look after Letterboxer and post out your stickers. Julian runs JustOrganic.co.nz, an excellent organic food delivery service in Christchurch. January, 2012
Letterboxer is now based in Wellington. If you want to help , join the discussion on the Facebook Group July, 2010
2009 Pimp My Letterbox Competition (Closed)
The National Sticker Launch and Prize Giving held on November, 12th was a great success. The winners are: Pete Nicholls won 1st place, Chris Simpson won 2nd place and Henry Bennet won 3rd place. They each received an iPod Nano. Pete has turned down the offer of an internship at DoubleDot Media because he’s the Read more about 2009 Pimp My Letterbox Competition (Closed)[…]
2009 Letterboxer Sticker Prize-Giving
Where: Municipal Chambers, Oxford Terrace (Our City O-Tautahi) The historic Queen Anne building on the corner of Worcester Boulevard and Oxford Terrace. Click on this link for a map to the venue. When: 7pm until 9pm on Thursday, 12th November, 2009 The Pimp My Letterbox design competition winners will be announced and awarded iPod Nanos. Read more about 2009 Letterboxer Sticker Prize-Giving[…]
New Sticker Launch and Prizegiving
The Pimp My Letterbox design competition winners will be announced and awarded iPod Nanos. 7pm until 9pm on Thursday, 12th November, 2009 at Municipal Chambers, Oxford Terrace (Our City O-Tautahi). Nov 9th, 2009. Andrew Horton
Entries Closed for Competition
Entries for the Pimp My Letterboxer design competition closed on October 31st, 2009. Thank you to all who entered, over 120 entries were received. In the next few days our judges will select the finalists who will be invited to the prize giving event. Nov 2nd, 2009. Andrew Horton