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Sponsorship - Decline use of name

Charity

This document can be used as a written letter to thank the sponsor for supporting the charity event and agrees to mark the sponsor's name as anonymous. The sponsor agrees to sponsor the charity event but requests that his or her name be anonymous.

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Document Description

This document can be used as a written letter to thank the sponsor for supporting the charity event and agrees to mark the sponsor's name as anonymous. The sponsor agrees to sponsor the charity event but requests that his or her name be anonymous.

This situation is common as there are company policies or contractual obligations in place that do not allow publicity of an individual to promote other entities, as it could go against their company's interests. Or alternatively, this particular individual is simply uncomfortable with publicity.

 

How to use this Document?

This letter should be carefully read by the sender.

This letter should be used when an individual would like to support a charity event out of his or her goodwill, but he or she is bound by company policies or other obligations to not publicize their support for this cause in their name. 

Publicity or marketing is merely one way of showing appreciation to or benefiting a sponsor. A charity can possibly come up with other ideas to thank the sponsor for his or her donation, such as increasing the number of tickets to the charity event.

 

 

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