Whenever you receive an invitation letter, you should write a letter to acknowledge it. This letter is a good gesture and conveys that you have taken a note of the invitation. In the beginning of the letter, you have to thank the person or the company that has invited you. After that, you have to mention the date by which you will be confirming whether you will attend the event or not.
This helps the event organizers in making the necessary arrangements. In this sort of letter, you should describe how much you are interested in attending the event and the reasons for attending it. You can share your previous experience if you have attended such an event in the past. Make sure that the necessary details are provided in a clear and simple manner. Before closing the letter, give details about the person who will contact the organizers to confirm your attendance for the event.
February 11, 2014
Dear Ms. Adams,
I'm writing this to acknowledge that I have received your invitation yesterday. Thanks a lot for inviting me for your charity show on February 22, 2014. I will be confirming my attendance by this coming Monday. If you require any help, then just let me know, my team and I will be there to support your organization.
I admire your magnificent efforts in reaching out to the poor and underprivileged people of the society, and lending them helping hands. Your last year's work for the HIV affected children of Africa was commendable. I am greatly honored to be a part of this year's fund-raising program for women suffering from breast cancer.
I am eager to meet and listen to Dr. John Baker, a great social activist who has done a lot for the upliftment of the society. He is a perfect example of how one can improve and change lives of less fortunate through education.
I look forward to meet you in the evening. I will make it a point to attend this year's gala event, so that I can be of some help to the society. My secretary will Provide you the details on my arrival to the event.