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I cried, I was so surprised and I have not received a call in regards to my loss from my church even. . . I am gonna keep this forever.

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What to Write in a Sympathy Card from Your Company

Hallmark writers provide tips on how to keep your business condolences cards short, warm and caring.
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Sympathy Cards FAQ

When is it appropriate to send a condolences card to clients or customers?

You may have heard the old adage, “You’ll never regret going to the funeral.” This doesn’t necessarily hold true in the workplace, but it is true that you can never go wrong sending a sympathy note to a client.  Losing a friend, relative, parent or pet is one of the most difficult parts of life. Letting clients know you are thinking of them makes you and your company more human, more approachable, and more connected.

Who should write sympathy notes to employees?

When an employee loses a loved one or a pet, their workplace friends often want to do something to support their colleague. Managers may want to send sympathy cards directly to employees, and human resources also may want to organize a group card or flowers. When it comes to sending a “So sorry for your loss card,” it is best to think carefully about who writes the message. Notes of condolence are highly personal and intimate and should be written by a person who is close to the individual. 

How do I select the right sympathy cards to keep on hand for business use?

First, the business greeting cards you keep on hand should always reflect you, the card sender. Pick cards, or assortment packs, that make you feel confident in what you want to express. For Spanish-speaking employees and customers, select a Vida sympathy card. You can never go wrong picking something that is both encouraging and uplifting. That is often what is most appropriate for employees and customers and feels the most comfortable for businesses.