Inexpensive Gifts for Volunteers
There are many inexpensive gifts for volunteers that will say thank you without breaking the bank. The most important thing to keep in mind that any small gesture will remind your volunteers how much they are appreciated. Whether it is a simple note or an elaborate gift, there are endless possibilities of gifts to give those who help your organization achieve success.
T-shirts can be printed in bulk at an inexpensive cost. There is no better way to show your support of an organization than by wearing a shirt with the logo of the organization on it. This not only show solidarity but reminds the wearer and who sees it of your cause. Giving a t-shirt is an appropriate gesture of thanks.
Bookmarks can be used for books, magazines, journals and planners. They can be bought in bulk or produced in your office. Personalize the bookmark with your organization's logo along with a special thank you to your volunteers.
Rubber bracelets can be bought in bulk and printed with your organization's name and logo and even an inspirational message. They come in a wide range of colors and are a great way to say thanks.
Flowers are a great way to show your appreciation. Whether it is a single stem or a bouquet, flowers can be the ultimate expression of thanks. They can be something simple such as a bouquet of carnations, which are not costly, or a simple stem of whatever is in season. Attach a ribbon and a thank you note and you have a great gift for your volunteers.
Who doesn't love chocolates? A box of chocolates is a great way to show your appreciation to your volunteers. They will enjoy the sweet treat and be reminded of how much they are cared about with every little bite.
A key chain is the perfect reminder of how much volunteers mean to your organization. Every time they reach for their keys they will be reminded of how much they are appreciated. Choose an inscription such as The key to success is volunteers like you. You can also inscribe your organization's logo on the key chain.
Sometimes the simplest words can mean the most. Take the time to write thank you notes to your volunteers. Use pretty stationary or get a greeting card and handwrite a personal note in it to your volunteers. You can also include a quote on volunteerism in the note as well.