How Do I Write A Letter Declining A Request For A Donation?


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Suhail Ajmal Profile
Suhail Ajmal answered
You should write as under;

Mr. Name

Subject: Donation

Dear Sir/Madam,

Thank you for writing me a letter. Your organization is doing a noble cause to bring happiness in the lives of (you can mention here the function of the company, means for what they are asking for donation). I am sorry to inform you that my company is already donating to other organizations. I will try my best to send you some donation in the near future.

Thanks & Regards,

Your Name,
Sarah Raid Profile
Sarah Raid answered
I would use the way that zuhail suggest above but just make one small correction.

Dear Sir/Madam,

shouldn't have a comma after it, it should have a colon because when replying to a letter it is considered informal to use a comma.
thanked the writer.
PJ commented
I wouldn't bother responding to a letter asking for a donation. I'd either donate, if I could, or I would ignore the letter. There is no need to respond, except with a donation.

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