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Volunteer Appreciation Ideas for VBS

VBS / Volunteers //

VBS is coming soon! As you line up volunteers to make your church’s VBS a success, it’s time to think about how you will thank them for their hard work. Here are some easy ways to show your VBS volunteers how much you appreciate them. (Still looking for volunteers?  Check outSign Me Up! 7 Summer Staffing Solutions for ideas.)

VBSCrunchcardPrint colorful notes onto cardstock that say, “Thanks for helping us get through the VBS CRUNCH!  Your hard work meant the world to our kids!” (It works well to print 4 per sheet and cut them into fourths.) Tape a chocolate Crunch® bar over the word “CRUNCH” on each card. Prepare the cards before your VBS week so they are ready to hand out  to your volunteers during the week. Make a few extras in case you have last-minute helpers. Have students hand out the cards to your adult volunteers.

If you still need supplies for this summer’s programming, visit Shop VBS for starter kits, music, crafts, and more!

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An education and curriculum consultant, John enjoys visiting with Kidmin leaders every day as he serves as National Director of eChurchDepot. He loves to teach, train, network, encourage and support those who work with Children whether that is one on one or while speaking at national conferences. He is always looking for new, unique and effective tools to share with others in childrens ministry, especially those tools that motivate and inspire kids to get into God’s Word becase they want to. John teaches Walk Thru the Bible Seminars for kids, parents and adults and recently has served on the Board of INCM, hosts of the Children Pastors Conferences.