Leader Tip: Craft Preparation


Our classes are filled to capacity; we have 280 children
attending. Since there are 15 to 20 children in each class, craft
preparation is time-consuming.

To help with all the craft preparation, we order all our craft
supplies in bulk. Then we recruited a group of ladies at a local
retirement home to help us out. These ladies call themselves the
Pleasant View Craft Crew (PVCC). They get together once a month to
cut, sort, and count craft supplies for our program. This crew is
an important part of our ministry now, and they’re saving our
teaching staff valuable time.

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To let the crew know how they’re making a difference, I take
photos of the children making the crafts and share them at our PVCC
party night. We serve coffee, tea, and pastries as a way to thank
the ladies for their time. I share with the ladies what our program
is all about and specific stories of children and staff whose lives
have been changed through the program.

Jodi Gantz
Manheim, Pennsylvania

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prices are subject to change.

Leader Tip: Craft Preparation
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