Sorority Sends Thank You E-Card To a Sister

Sorority thanks fellow sorority sister with a thank you e-card

Sarah Hostetler of Tulane’s Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority recently created a thank you e-card with Kudoboard for one of her sorority sisters, Margaret Stolte (see it HERE). Margaret is the sorority’s Scholarship Chair, and Sarah wanted to show appreciation for all of Margaret’s efforts throughout the year. Sarah invited other sisters from the sorority, who filled the board with memories, photos, and videos.

“Margaret was the recipient of our Kudoboard as a way to thank her for all of her hard work,” said Sarah. “The board was presented to her the day after she organized a brunch for our chapter to recognize members with the highest GPAs. Margaret constantly goes above and beyond her job description, and Kudoboard was a perfect outlet to show her how much she means to us.”When Margaret received the board, she was overjoyed.

“Coming back from a long day and realizing that over 20 of my sisters had taken the time to organize a Kudoboard made me feel appreciated,” said Margaret. “Thanking people and showing our appreciation for them is an underrated act right now. After receiving my Kudoboard, I felt more motivated to show appreciation for the people in my life!!”

Why Send A Thank You E-Card

As you can see from the example above, the kudoboard that Margaret received was so meaningful to her. Thank you cards have been given to friends, family members, and co-workers for decades. Whether you are showing gratitude for something minor, like a homemade dinner, or something significant, like a wedding gift, thank you cards are always appreciated.

Here are eight examples of when you should send a thank you card, according to Reader's Digest. It is clear to see why thank you cards are still so relevant and needed. Everyone likes feeling appreciated, especially if they have put in a lot of hard work.

How To Send A Thank You E-Card

Do you know of someone who needs a thank you card? Maybe a boss that is reaching a milestone or retiring? Or a family member that has done a lot for you recently? Or even a friend that has really helped you out? A great (and affordable) option is sending an online thank you card.

To send an e-card, simply follow the prompts to start creating your e-card. Add the recipient's email, and start editing the card. E-cards are so fun to make because the options to customize are endless. You can change the background, use different fonts, add different media, and more! Instead of sending out a stale paper card, send an online thank you card instead and add memes, gifs, pictures, and more to make it special.