We can't continue piano lessons for our two daughters due to funds but can qualify to have a longer class at the our current rate if we submit a Scholarship letter to our teacher. Can you help us compose a letter?
Here is a sample letter you can use:
Jane Doe Organization Name Street Address City, State Zipcode
Dear Ms. Doe: We are very interested in your kind offer of longer lesson times at our existing rates.
Briefly, craft a few statements that offer information about your daughters’ interest in continuing piano lessons, about how piano lessons have benefited your daughters, and mention any performance goals your daughters may have. You may want to check out the possibility of their performing at local retirement homes, etc. Community involvement is always a plus in these matters.
Please consider (daughters’ names) for your offer. We appreciate all that you have done for them and would greatly value the opportunity for them to continue their musical education. Sincerely,
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