Read in 1 min Leader Resources » Volunteer Management » Retaining Print / Download Article Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email 3 Great Ways to Say Thanks to Your Kidmin Team Published: October 25, 2019 Check out these 3 great ways to say thanks to your kidmin team this year! I love this time of year! Our hearts are full of gratitude to our great God and the people we have the privilege of serving beside! So because we’re so thankful for all you do in ministry to children, we’re sharing with you 3 great ways to say thanks to your team! Enjoy! 1. Thankful Meme This meme is something you can send to your volunteers by email or post on their Facebook page. You can also post it on your Facebook page and tag people. Simply save this image to your device and then send your thanks to your amazing team! You can find more inspiration on our Pinterest Inspiration board. 2. What You Do Matters Say “thank you for helping your kids love Jesus“ with this beautiful book. This keepsake book for volunteers and teachers weaves encouragement, uplifting Scripture, real stories, and more into a gift that’ll warm their souls–and help keep their enthusiasm for introducing kids to Jesus going strong. Click here to see how you’ll save more when you order more! Plus, check out the cool notecards, too. 3. Say Thanks By Reminding Them of Their Importance We put this “What You Do Matters” poster in Children’s Ministry Magazine years ago. And people have asked us for it ever since! Download it and give to your volunteers or email it to them. Your volunteers make such a difference in the lives of kids! Want more volunteer management ideas? Check out these articles! © Group Publishing, Inc. All rights reserved. No unauthorized use or duplication permitted. Get our FREE enewsletter! Join thousands of other children’s ministry leaders, getting fresh, helpful ideas delivered weekly to your inbox. Sign Up Please enter valid email address Sign Up Recieve offers and promos from Group? Got it! Would you also like offers and promos from Group? Yes! No Thanks, you're all set!