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Good, Better, Best

Courtney Wilson

Gift4Practical Tote

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.

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

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