Appreciation Email Samples
Tips for Writing Appreciation Emails for Employees and Colleagues
Everyone loves to know that they are appreciated! So it's always a good idea to send an email or note letting your employees or colleagues know that you are grateful for their assistance or advice. It only takes a few minutes to say "thank you" and it's well worth the effort.
Tips for Writing a Letter of Appreciation
Send appreciation messages to employees who have made a solid contribution to the team or colleagues who've helped you out.
The letters are a solid way to let anyone who's offered assistance know how much it meant to you.
Your email message or letter doesn't need to be long. Simply include the fact that you appreciate the help or accomplishment, and how much you value the contribution. Be sincere with your appreciation, but avoid being too effusive.
Send your letter promptly, whether it's an email, a hard copy letter, or a thank-you card. Always proofread before hitting the "send" button or sealing the envelope. A typo — or worse, a misspelled name — will diminish the gesture and sentiment behind the note.
Appreciation Email Message Examples
Read through these sample appreciation letters to employees and colleagues, as well as one to someone who has offered to help with a committee to get inspiration before writing your own appreciation message. As well, here is an A to Z list of more appreciation letter and emails samples to send to contacts who have helped with your career or job search.
Sample Appreciation Letter To Employee #1
Subject line: Thank You
I really appreciate all your help in getting the restaurant ready for opening night.
You've been right there, helping out wherever and whenever needed for these past few months. Everything has finally come together, and we're ready to open the doors to the public.
I'm looking forward to continuing to work together.
Sample Appreciation Email to Employee #2
Subject line: Thank You Very Much!
I wanted to let you know how much I appreciated your help with the project.
I know how much time and effort you invested to not only get the project done prior to the deadline, but to ensure the client was satisfied with every step of the process.
You are a valued member of our team, and I truly appreciate your contributions!
Sample Appreciation Email to Colleague
The following is an sample appreciation letter to send or email to a colleague at work.
Subject line: Thank You
Thank you very much for meeting with me yesterday regarding my current project. I really appreciate your insights, and am looking forward to implementing many of your suggestions.
It is helpful to have someone who has had experience with similar issues on previous projects to talk things over with. I appreciate your taking the time out of your busy schedule to speak with me.
I'll be sure to send you a follow up when this project is complete.
Sample Appreciation Email Message for Assistance
Here is a sample appreciation email message to send to an individual who has offered to provide help with a committee project.
Subject line: Hospitality Committee
Hi Mary Anne,
Thanks for offering to co-coordinate the Hospitality Committee. I just got a copy of the responsibilities from Joan, which I'll forward to you along with the list of members.
I have an opening letter written, which I'll also forward, so if you have anything to add/edit we can do that and get it out early this week!
I really appreciate your help. We can talk about how we want to divide things up, and coordinate with the Chairs about dates for Pumpkin Carving and Pizza Night.
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