Letter to Volunteers Encouraging Future Participation
Humans probably have been designed to seek a reward for what they do. So every other person out there is seeking a reward. Either in the form of money for services, services for services, or in any other way. Among this majority is a minority that works without asking for any reward; The selfless people The volunteers.
A volunteer is a person who offers his services without the condition of being paid. Volunteers are of great help and their services can be used for diverse purposes. But once the services of the volunteers are taken, the thing that encourages them to volunteer for you again in the future is your recognition and encouragement for them.
Well, even volunteers should be compensated. Their compensation is your recognition of their work which also encourages them to work for you in the future. This letter can be used in order to encourage volunteers for future participation.
You have been working as a volunteer at [enter event/cause] for [duration]. Your participation made many tasks easy for us. It was through your help that we were able to deliver exceptionally well. For all that help and devotion we’re grateful to you and want you to join us in future projects as well. Your contact information is recorded with us and we’ll inform you the next time we need volunteers. We encourage you to join us in the future.
Thank you very much
Seeking volunteers for fundraising community talent show
Here’s your chance to strut your stuff, show off your pipes, and leave them rolling in the aisles.
All [Company Name] employees, members of their family, and friends are invited to attend (and participate) in the Lumberton idol charity fundraiser on Saturday, March 17, at 7 p.m. at the Bijoux Theatre downtown.
If you’d like to sing, dance, tell jokes (PG-rated, please), or show off some other talent that will surprise and impress your coworkers, please register with Debbie Debow of Human Resources at extension 7876 before March 9. You’ll be assigned a time slot for the rehearsal earlier in the day on March 17 and be given a moment in the spotlight in the show.
Tickets for the fundraiser will be available through the Human Resources, Benefits, and Office Services departments and at the door of the theater. We’d love to see all our employees in the audience or up on the stage for this worthy event.
We’ll have our own panel of “celebrity” judges including some familiar faces plus a few surprise guests. All the proceeds from the show will be distributed to member agencies of Lumbertown Cares. [Company Name] is underwriting all the expenses of promoting, mounting, and staffing the show.