glad of/for

Hi expert teachers,

I will be glad for youe help=I will be happy for your help. Does it mean as I indicate if the sentence is correct?

I would be glad of your help=I would be grateful for your help. It’s correct, I think.

There is a difference between the two prepositions. ‘Glad’ usually expresses the idea of pleasure. ‘Glad of’ suggests that you are pleased at what has happened as in -

Gardeners are glad of the rain after this long period of dry weather.

‘Glad for’ suggests that you are expressing pleasure on behalf of someone else as in

- We are very glad for you that you have passed all your examinations.

In your example

is the one I would choose because it indicates that you would be pleased to receive help from someone.