Door opener letters are letters that are suppose to get you an appointment because face to face is the best way to deal with possible donors, associates, volunteers or other sponsorship for your nonprofit organization. These letters' job is to attract their interest and schedule a meeting with you for further information. An appointment gives you the chance to persuade using reason and emotion and as well read their body language. The main objective is to keep it concise. Counting that the letter has a short amount of time to be considered, you have to get them from the beginning. All the main ideas and teasing suggestions, fitted in 3 to 4 paragraphs on a 1-page letter should suffice.
most important areas to be considered when writing a letter in order
to get an appointment are:
Aspect. The letter should inspire taste and style . High-quality paper is to be used and the absence of typing errors is critical.
Format. Personalize the letter, cover specific issues and make it look professional and reliable.
Content. Treat and see things from his point of view, relate to their issue. Make sure you get to the point from the beginning . Don't forget to point out the benefits, make the meeting worth the time.
Feedback. Call soon after sending the letter for feedback. Prepare them in the letter for the phone call.
To make sure an appointment is certain, spark their interest from the beginning, make a big impression and make sure you have something really important to say.