You’ve found the perfect farewell gift for your colleague. The party plans are in place and everyone is invited (if that’s allowed in Covid times). But what to write on the farewell card?
You could jot down a few words and throw in a cliche “inspirational” quote, but doesn’t your colleague deserve better than that?
In this post, we’ll provide fresh ideas for what to write on a farewell card. Read on to find the right words for your upcoming farewell.
Are you writing a serious message to an employer or a silly goodbye to a close friend? Either way, here are some farewell card ideas to get you started.
It’s hard to watch you leave, but I’ll always treasure the memories we’ve made. Good luck and best wishes!
I’ll miss you!
If you think you’re getting rid of me, you’ve made a big mistake. I’ll come and visit you all the time!
Go ahead! Leave me here alone.
You leaving is terrible news! How am I supposed to find someone else as awesome as you?
I still don’t understand why you’re leaving. Do you really think you’re going to have fun without us?
Second only to becoming my friend, this move is the best decision you’ve ever made. All the best!
Now that you know what to write on a farewell card, what’s next?
Collecting money or messages for a group farewell gift can be an exhausting endeavour. Wouldn’t it be great if there was an easy way to collect money and provide gift options for everyone involved?
Here at GroupTogether.com, we take the hassle out of organising a group card and gift. It’s contactless, easy and you avoid chasing up people.
No more asking, “Who’s got the card?” or, “Sorry, no cash.” You can create a link in 2 minutes and share it with the whole gang. They click to pay and sign the card safely online. Then you can print and give the card—simple as that.
GroupTogether can even help you sort the gift (eGift cards, flowers, hampers, gifts, etc). Click here to learn more!
The etiquette of gift giving; a blog by Julie & Ali
Welcome to our second blog on gift-giving dilemmas. Since we launched GroupTogether.com, we’ve been inundated by questions about the etiquette surrounding gift-giving events. Since