When writing a letter accompanying a memorial donation, the donor should include the amount and type of donation, some personal details regarding the person being memorialized and reasons why the donation was chosen. People sometimes give charitable donations instead of flowers when someone passes away, especially when the family of the deceased makes the request. Such donations may include scholarship money for the deceased person's children or a check written to an organization the person had supported.Continue Reading
A memorial donation letter can be written in the format of a goodwill letter that is personal, sincere, short and positive.
An employee transfer letter to an employer should include a date, personal details of the employer, reason for transfer, appreciation to the employer and opening and closing salutations. The letter should also contain the writer's signature.Full Answer >
A donation request letter has the name and address of the sender and recipient, and a summary of the cause the donation is working towards. The writer also includes the specific donation he is requesting from the donor.Full Answer >
A non-profit donation request letter should be formal and concise, include a small greeting to the letter's recipient and ask specifically for a donation. The letter should let the recipient know how the donation will be used to create a positive impact on the non-profit entity. A donation request letter should be positive and not outline any negative issues that could arise by not contributing a donation.Full Answer >
Find a sample letter asking for a donation to a charity or other organization through sites such as LoveToKnow.com, Vertex42.com, Rewarding-Fundraising-Ideas.com or FundraiserHelp.com, as of 2015. Each site includes examples for different situations and donation amounts, with some also making the letters available to download and customize directly.Full Answer >