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Volunteer Appreciation Ideas for VBS

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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 out Sign Me Up! 7 Summer Staffing Solutions for ideas.)

Duplicate the green and purple cards at right onto poster board or card stock 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.

VBS-Thanks-001You can also print these thank-you cards. Cut them in half between the "Thanks!" signs. Then fold each card in half so the "Thanks!" image is on the outside. Print the cards before your VBS week. You may want to write a personal note or Scripture verse inside. Hand the cards out to your volunteers on the last day of your VBS (or the Sunday after your VBS) along with a personal word of thanks. If you don't mind paying postage, you can also mail the cards using small, note-size envelopes. Feel free to edit the wording as you wish.

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