It is not necessary to send a thank you note in response to a thank you note. However, it is polite to do so. More »

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A thank-you note in response to a sympathy card should acknowledge receipt of the condolences and express thanks for the recipient's support and thoughts and for any donation included in the sympathy card. The writer sho... More »

Senders of sympathy notes, cards, flowers, charitable donations and letters should receive a thank-you note from the recipient. If the bereaved is not up to sending a note, a close friend or relative should complete the ... More »

Condolence notes are offered when the sender wants to extend sympathies after the death of a colleague or loved one, while thank you notes are in response to notes already received. The format also varies depending on th... More »

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A thank-you note in response to a sympathy card should acknowledge receipt of the condolences and express thanks for the recipient's support and thoughts and for any donation included in the sympathy card. The writer sho... More »

When writing a thank you card in response to an invitation to a dinner or any other event, a person should include a greeting, show thanks for the invitation, include details about attendance and end with a phrase showin... More »

Proper etiquette for sending thank you cards in response to a funeral gift or flowers includes writing a personal, hand-written note, mailing the card within a month following the funeral and acknowledging the specific g... More »