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Why Handwritten Thank You Cards Hold a Special Place in Nonprofit Philanthropy

In this article, Veronica Cruz explores why handwritten thank-you cards hold a special place in nonprofit philanthropy. She explains that while technology has revolutionized how we connect and communicate, the power of a handwritten card remains unparalleled in its ability to convey genuine appreciation and create lasting impressions. Handwritten thank you notes provide a concrete representation of gratitude, going beyond just words. Receiving a real card has a unique meaning in our digital age, where contact is mainly done through displays. The card becomes a tangible reminder of the donor’s contribution and the nonprofit’s appreciation. This article was published on Market Business News on June 29, 2023. 


I think it's wonderful that handwritten thank you cards are still being used to show appreciation in the nonprofit philanthropy world. It's a great way to show donors that their contribution is appreciated and that the nonprofit is taking the time to show their gratitude in a unique and thoughtful way. It's a great way to create a lasting impression and to foster loyalty between the donor and the nonprofit. It's a great way to make a personal connection and to show that the nonprofit cares about the donor and their contribution.

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