The first ever TechRadard donation letter, a simple but effective tool for people to express their thanks to those who have made a life-changing donation, has been created by Donato Enoteca.
Donato created the template with the help of his partner, Jens-Christophe Démare, who was working on a book of donation letters and he was inspired by his own experiences as a wounded warrior.
In the video above, Donato explains how he used the template and a few other tools to create the document.
“The template is a very simple and easy-to-use template,” he explains.
“I wanted to make a letter that is as easy to read as possible.
It also contains information about the donation, like the reason why I’ve decided to give to the wounded warrior, the date it was made, and also the name of the person donating the money.
I thought that a donation letter would be useful for people who have been wounded in combat and want to say thank you for their life.”
The template comes in four different sizes and a simple text box allows you to upload the letter to your own social media account.
It has been made for people of all ages and different backgrounds and it has been tested for quality.
“I have found that the more people who use the template, the more valuable it becomes for the wounded warriors who have donated,” Donato said.
“We hope that by using it more frequently, the wounded soldiers will also want to send a donation to their friends and family members.
We want to see the template become a regular feature on social media and become more useful for the many people who need a support letter.”
Donato says that the template can be used to send an individual an invitation to send money to their favourite charity or an email that they can share with their family, friends or a loved one.
The donation letter will be available to download on Thursday, April 10th and the template will be updated to reflect the latest news and updates on the wounded wars.”
It can be a very personal message for a person, for their loved ones, for a particular wounded warrior or for anyone,” he said.
The donation letter will be available to download on Thursday, April 10th and the template will be updated to reflect the latest news and updates on the wounded wars.