“Thank you for your support” or “Thank you for supporting,” which one is correct?

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“Thank you for your support” or “thank you for supporting,” which one is correct?

Thank you for your support and thank you for supporting are both correct. They have a slight difference in meaning, but neither one is wrong. It just depends on which one you need to use for which situation.

Thank you for your support is something you would say or write when a person has supported you for the first time. It is a finite action, which means that you thank the person for giving you their support in that moment. 

Example

  • I see that the Wilson family has donated $500 dollars, and I want to thank you for your support.

Thank you for supporting is used when you want to thank someone for a continued support. It is an action that takes up a longer time. You would say thank you for supporting to someone who you know has given you support over a period of time, and not just once. 

Example

  • The Jefferson Foundation would like to thank everyone for supporting us over the years. 

Other Ways to say Well done!

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