How do you write a supporting letter?


Writing a support letter involves a detailed explanation of who the writer is and what is the purpose of writing the letter. It is important to clearly state the intent in the first few sentences. The writer also has to mention his personal relationship with the applicant whom he supports and his connection with the project.

Letters of support help people obtain grants, tenure and various other positions. They demonstrate an applicant’s credibility and credentials, and they provide evidence on why the applicant deserves the coveted position. The writer of a supporting letter includes important background information, such as his experience and knowledge on the subject matter at hand, previous related collaborations or any information that will reinforce the writer’s recommendation.

The body of the letter provides further details about the proposal or impending project. It offers information on why the project has to be done and what its impact will be on its respective industry. The author has to explain the benefits of the project to the specific field that it is involved. Generally, a supporting letter bridges the gap between the writer and the person or group that seeks endorsement.

The conclusion of the letter describes the type of support the writer will offer the applicant, such as monetary support and resources. It also provides a brief summary and final words of endorsement. Typically, the letter runs between one or two pages.

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