Samples of Thank You Letters of Appreciation

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Samples of Thank You Letters of Appreciation

There are many reasons that you may need to write letters of appreciation. The following are some quick samples of thank you letters of appreciation.

There are many reasons that you may need to write thank you letters of appreciation. The following samples are for these reasons:

  • Gift
  • Follow Up on an Interview
  • Kindness (someone helped you with something)
  • Compassion

Gift

Dear Mr. Smith,

Thank you so much for the flowers you sent over for my birthday. You are a great friend and coworker. The gift showed me that you really care about our relationship.

I hope you have a great day and I look forward to seeing you around the office.

Sincerely,

Bob

Follow Up

Dear Mr. Smith;

Thank you for the opportunity to discuss the management position available at your company. I am certain after talking with you at length that the position is one which I will succeed in. I believe I would be a valuable asset to your company.

I look forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience regarding this employment opportunity.

Sincerely;

Bob Jones
123.123.1234
123 Main Street
Nowhere, CA 92345

Kindness

Dear Mr. Smith,

Thank you so much for coming over to my home and helping me to pull the weeds in my garden. I would have never got the job done by myself. Your kindness means so much to me.

I hope that I too can help you in some way. Thank you again.

Sincerely,

Bob

Compassion

Dear Mr. Smith,

Thank you so much for sending a card when my Grandmother passed away. It means so much to me to know that someone cares. Your compassion has been encouraging to me to make it through my grieving.

I know that your kindness in this matter will be rewarded.

Sincerely,

Bob

If you need sample letters of appreciation for any other circumstances, just remember that a business letter should be more professional and a personal one should stay personal. You can adapt these examples in many ways to meet your needs. Letters of appreciation are usually best when kept short unless the severity of circumstances warrants a lengthy letter.

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