I often get requests from people to edit and/or revise what are known as proposal letters or letters of proposal.
Proposal letters are written to cover a wide variety of different situations both in the private and public sectors. Ideally, the essence of the proposal being made will be succinctly summarized in a one-page letter. If required, support information can be included as attachments.
Following are a few samples of real-life proposal letters, or letters of proposal, that were written to cover a range of proposal situations. These real-life examples should give you a good idea about how to write a typical proposal letter.
Proposal Letters – Various Situations
Proposal Letter 1. – To Host A Book Fair
Proposal Letter 2. – To Provide Clinical Services
Proposal Letter 3. – For A Joint Education Program
As mentioned above, these letters of proposal were all written for real-life situations that arose in a number of cases in the private and public sectors.