Posted by Bobbie on May 10, 1999 at 14:47:09:
In Reply to: theo... posted by Stevo on May 10, 1999 at 14:38:20:
Here's one a chemistry scholarship recipient sent the committee (not the donor)
"I am honored to be chosen to be the recipient of the XXXX Scholarship for 1998. The award is very much welcomed and appreciated.
"I intend to dedicate myself to exceeding the committee's expectations.
"I am pleased to receive your financial and personal encouragement. Thank you."
If the letter is a personal one to the actual donor, I would add a little bit of biographical information, such as what you are doing now and what your future plans might include. If you know specifically how you will use the money, and it is relevant, put that in. For example, "I intend to use the award money to go to music camp."
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