Sponsorship - Decline Coporation Donation

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This is a letter which informs a charity that they have decided to decline their invitation to make a corporate donation. The most common reason for declining such an invitation may be due to lack of funding, conflicts of interests and more. Whichever internal reasons that it may be, it is good to keep the letter short while acknowledging the work of the charity to keep a good rapport.

How to use this Document?

This letter should be addressed to the charity who has requested for sponsorship.

It is not always necessary to send a formal letter to decline such an invitation. Users should evaluate such invitations on a case to case basis, and consider what are the opportunity costs of not sending a reply.

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Document Type:

Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence

Category:

Business > Commercial, Sales and Marketing > Commercial / Franchise / Sponsorship Agreements

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