If you or someone you know has been affected by breast cancer, no doubt you are interested in doing as much breast cancer fundraising as you possibly can, and raising money for the cause in many ways. Breast cancer fundraising can take many forms. You can participate in an event like a walk or a benefit concert. You could also organize or join a fundraising team that has devoted their efforts to breast cancer fundraising ideas. But if this is quest has a very personal meaning to you, there's an even better way to go about it - you can write a breast cancer fundraising letter to mail out to appropriate people, and you may be able to get some even more substantial support for the cause in that way.

Writing a breast cancer fundraising letter can be difficult, especially if you have an emotional investment in the cause. Work on your letter over several drafts, and ask others to read it to make sure you are not overly emotional in your delivery. You want to appeal to people's hearts and minds, of course, but coming across as weepy or desperate is probably not the best way to do it. You want to make sure that your fundraising letter makes the best impression possible.

Keep your breast cancer fundraising letter as to-the-point as possible without being rude or leaving anything out. Be clear and concise. Being polite and appreciative is important, too. Greet the recipients of your letter, let them know exactly why you are so passionate about breast cancer, and and be clear about the help you need and how they can contribute. Make things as pleasant and easy for your supporters as possible, and always use the last part of any breast cancer fundraising letter to thank people for their time and generosity toward helping find a cure.