Below is a sample scholarship recommendation letter. It should be written in formal business-letter style and addressed to the scholarship committee or board. It is recommended to send the letter by certified mail to be sure it was received.
Below is a sample salary loan request letter written to an employer and a sample letter written to a bank.
Here is sample hardship letter for student loan. It should be sent by certified mail, so the sender has proof of the time it was sent and received. Only copies of documents should be included. No original documents should be sent. The sender should keep a record of this and any other communication in this matter.
Below is a sample request letter to IRS to waive penalty. It should be written in formal business-letter style, sent by certified mail with a return notice requested and sent as a cover letter with the proper application forms.
Here is a sample of a formal thank-you letter to teacher from a former student. The letter can be either sent through the mail or hand delivered to the teacher. A copy to the principal should be sent through the mail.
Below is a sample request letter for tree planting. It is a formal letter that should be written as a business letter. It should be addressed to the person who may be able to grant the proposal such as a city councilperson or a mayor. If the property is owned by a private party, he or she needs to give permission too.