Category: Letter to Volunteers

Sponsorship Request Letter for Soccer Team 0

Sponsorship Request Letter for Soccer Team

1 Dear (Business/Company Owner Name), Let me take this opportunity to introduce you to (soccer team name and club name), a newly established team from (area name).  We are putting enormous efforts into the development of boys’ soccer skills.  We believe boys can play a positive role in society by displaying their talent and by using their incredible skills.  You will be glad to know our club has been functional...

Letter of Motivation and Encouragement to Employees 0

Letter of Motivation and Encouragement to Employees

Employees are your real power. Without them, neither your individual efforts nor your wealth benefits you. The voltage comes from your staff; your employees. But to make the most out of your employees, you have to work on them and should keep working on them to let their morals and motivations remain high. For work, motivation and encouragement are something that if lack, bulldozes the hopes that you have with...

Letter to Thank the People who help in Fundraising 0

Letter to Thank the People who help in Fundraising

For certain causes, individuals cannot afford to fund alone on their own. They need the help of others to assist them in those causes. For such purposes, funds are raised. Funds are not to be returned as they’re a volunteer giving. It comes in the moral duty to support for causes that are for public welfare, for example, helping the refugees, supporting the underprivileged etc. and it comes under the...

Persuasive Letter to Volunteer for a Social Cause 0

Persuasive Letter to Volunteer for a Social Cause

In this life of hustle and bustle, it has become difficult to free one’s self for volunteer work. While everyone is busy in his own life, it is sometimes difficult to convince people to contribute to social causes. Most people end up on giving money as their form of help and avoid to give time as a volunteer. Money cannot suffice without manpower. People can be convinced for volunteering if...