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    I'm doing World Challenge where you have to raise £5,000. But anyway I have this idea (open Word).
    I've never written a sponsorship letter or requested a loan/money. I don't exactly know what to include...and what not to include!
    There are 4 pages, not too much writing but do you think a busy office person will be overwhelmed with that many pages? If so, what would you include/not include? :confused:
    Is there anything extra that I need to do? Corrections?
    Thanks, this means a big deal to me.
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    You really don't need the table with all the details of things you could buy - maybe state that it's available on demand, and definitely give a few sample prices. But at 4 pages people aren't going to read an unsolicited letter.
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