Operation Warm in the Classroom
Student Features Operation Warm in Her Work and is Voted Best of Class
I hope this email finds you well. I intended to write to you much earlier. My school and work has had me quite busy, and I apologize for not writing to you sooner.
I wanted thank you again for all of your assistance with my course this summer. I’m happy to let you know that my project/presentation about Operation Warm was voted the best out of my classmates, and I received an A+! My classmates suggested that Operation Warm should receive our mock foundation’s support.
While my class was just a simulation, I am happy to write that I was able to secure a real donation for your organization. My husband’s Masonic Lodge has written a check to Operation Warm. My husband will be stopping by your office today to drop off the donation. He will also return the coat you lent me for my presentation.
Thank you again for your assistance this summer. I’m happy to have had the opportunity to meet the people behind such a wonderful organization. I wish you and Operation Warm all the best with your endeavors.
Wharton Business School, Penn Lauder Center for International Business Education and Research
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