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Does anyone know any nice poems to say thank you to our volunteer helpers at Pre-school. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Star

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Hi Star -

Don't know if these would suit, but pulled them from a web page you can find here :)


Thanks, Volunteer

Thanks for all the little things,

The "done-and-then-forgotten" things,

The "oh-it's-simply-nothing" things

That make our days much brighter.


With unobtrusive, friendly things,

And "never-mind-the-trouble" things,

And "won't-you-let-me-help-you" things,

You've made our hearts much lighter.

-- Aurthor unknown

Submitted by Diane, PTA, TX


To Our Volunteer

You've been so very good to us.

You've been kind in every way.

You've made us treats and helped

On all our special days.

Today we'd like to thank you

For all you've done this year,

And to tell you that you're special

And so very, very dear.

Today we'd like to tell you

In our own special way:

We appreciate the things

you've done

More than words can say.

-- by Paulette, TLC


submitted by Diane,TX



V is for the vigor that you bring

O is for the opportunity to know you

L is for your life you share

U is for the unconditional love you have

N is for the nurturing you give

T is for the time you don't have

E is for the excitement you bring

E is for the energy you have

R is for the reason you're a volunteer

--Jolita Dorsett, Volunteer Coordinator



V is for the victories you've taught

us how to win.

O is for the opportunity of giving us a

a helping friend.

L is for the labor and love you render

so unselfishly

U is for the understanding you know and

feel we need.

N is for the times that you have never

let us down

T is for the truthfulness uou bring into

our lives.

E is for the exceptional way you do the

things you do.

E is for excellence in your going beyond

our expectations.

R is for remembering just how lucky we

are to have you.

-- Tina Hamilton, Hamilton County Juvenile Court Ohio


Why Be A Volunteer

It's not for fortune

It's not for fame

It's not for only personal gain

It's not for love of fellowman

Or just to lend a helping hand

It's not for medals worn with pride

It's for the feeling deep inside

Of helping others far and near

That makes you want to volunteer!

--By Ann Myhre, Age 15


Submitted by Stacie Morris, Ronald McDonald House Charities , Morgantown, WV


Valuable Is the Work You Do


Valuable is the work you do.

Outstanding is how you always come through.

Loyal, sincere and full of good cheer,

Untiring in your efforts throughout the year….

Notable are the contributions you make.

Trustworthy in every project you take.

Eager to reach your every goal.

Effective in the way you fulfill your role.

Ready with a smile like a shining star,

Special and wonderful—that’s what you are.


---author unknown, courtesy of Points of Light Foundation, in honor of Volunteer Week

Submitted by Sandra Zygarlicke, House Director, Ronald McDonald House, Marshfield, Wisconsin

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