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I have to write a thank you card to an organization leader on behalf of a group. I am also a part of that group. How do I, at the end of the card, sign my name, while also indicating that I’m writing on behalf of the group and that I’m part of the group?

Is this okay?

“Sincerely,

[Insert first name last name], on behalf of [insert group name].” --> would this statement indicate I'm part of the group?

Or how about this one?

"Sincerely,

[Insert first name last name], representing [insert group name].”

closed as primarily opinion-based by Dan Bron, MetaEd Oct 24 '18 at 21:30

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