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This letter can be easily and quickly adapted in order to help your organisation approach businesses for sponsorship. It clearly details the benefits to the sponsor, as well as what the profits generated from the event will be spent on.
This is important as a sponsorship should always be viewed a business relationship, one which should be mutually beneficial (You can find more information on this here).
To get started, all you need to do is fill out the custom fields about your event and organisation. It is also a good idea to further personalise the letter by adding your organisation's logo and a brief summary of its work - as well as its connection with the proposed sponsor, if there is one.
Try to include specific information tailored to the business you are approaching for sponsorship so it doesn't just look like a copy and paste job - which are easy to ignore.
Follow these tips and you'll be well on your way to making the perfect pitch to a potential sponsor.