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When you receive a gift, it is important to say thank you.
Brock alumni and donors help fund our awards, scholarships and bursaries through their generous contributions.
On your behalf, we will send a thank you letter to the donor that contributed to your award, letting them know the impact that the award has made in your life. If you have received more than one award, you will need to write a separate thank you letter for each award. Some awards have more than one donor, so you will need to write a separate letter for each donor.
If you have received an award, visit www.brocku.ca/safa/  to submit your thank you letter online via the Awards Confirmation link . Once you have submitted your thank you letter online, the Student Awards & Financial Aid Office will release the funds to you.
Prepare your thank you letter as a word document and save it as a pdf before you submit it online. Be sure to save your file as the name of the scholarship.
What do you say?
Your thank you letter should be at least two paragraphs and be around 200 words.
Things to include:
Before you submit your letter, did you: