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A fun and painless way to involve your congregation in raising funds for more puppets without stretching an already tight budget.
Imagine a scenario in which it is revealed to a caring congregation that several young "characters" are facing a homeless life. These individuals are friendly, well-known animals and children who, without personal intervention, will face the coming holiday alone. And you, being the kind and benevolent leader that you are, organize an effort in which many of these yet-to-be-friends can come and reside at your church. Here they will live happy and productive lives, leading and teaching your children and adults in a variety of ways.
This packet will give you outlines for how to make an Adopt-A-Puppet a successful fundraiser for your church.
Explanation and instruction, from beginning to end, on how to work the program
Letters of communication to congregation
Sample announcements for publicity
Sample calendar / schedule
20 official Adoption Certificates
Collections of puppet starter kids offered at a discount
A certificate which entitles you to free shipping when ordering six or more puppets from One Way Street.
Things you will need to complete the program:
A specialized bulletin board where notices, lists, and other communications can be posted to keep people informed about progress
Written by Mike Pierce.
Looking for more gags or skit ideas for that cute little Rabbit in the Hat?
This book includes 45 ideas for magic, 37 general routines, 111 jokes, and 90 gospel routines.
Greg Hamilton, the author, recommends that you are start with Doug Wathen's book "Realm of the Rabbit" for how-to-instructions, then add this collection of resource.
You can get your Rabbit in the Hat in the "Puppet" section of our catalog.