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Gift4Practical Tote

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Give your volunteers a tote for the curriculum and handouts you
give them.

Good: Buy plain tote bags from a craft or
discount store, and give them to your volunteers with the next
quarter’s materials.

Better: Iron your ministry logo or a theme
verse for the year on the same type of tote bag. You can buy
iron-on transfer paper at office supply and discount stores. Then
attach a fine-tip permanent marker and a note inviting them to have
the kids in the class sign the bag.

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Best: Men may not be excited about carrying a
traditional tote bag, so your best option is to buy or order cool
slingback bags ( or daypacks. Include
curriculum, highlighters, and cool pens in the bags to help
volunteers repare their lessons each week.


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