VOLUNTEER APPLICATION AND SERVICE AGREEMENT
Address Line 2
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Postal / Zip Code
Antigua and Barbuda
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Trinidad and Tobago
Bosnia and Herzegovina
United Arab Emirates
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Republic of the Congo
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United Republic of Tanzania
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Emergency Contact Phone
Are you 18 years of age or older?
**IF UNDER AGE 18, PARENT OR GUARDIAN MUST SIGN BELOW
Signature of Guardian
Description of volunteer services available to perform
Please indicate when you would be available to work. It is hoped that volunteers can make a regular commitment, and that, if possible, find a replacement if they are unable to make that commitment
Please check all of those you are interested in doing:
Pick up donated groceries from local supermarkets, 7:45a.m.- Noon
Sort and organize produce and breads 7:45a.m.- Noon
Prepare backpacks for food for school children 8-9:30 a.m
Food Distribution Day: Wednesday mornings 7:45a.m.- 12:30 p.m.) and/or afternoons (3 :45 - 6:30).
Help clients out with food
Welcome - Orientation Person
Floating person- Making sure produce is stocked, organize miscellaneous table, answer questions.
Computer registration help, data entry
Intake Green Tables: List clients on sheets, count breads and pastries and weigh fruits and vegetables, record information and tally sheets at closing time
Intake Red Table: Same as Green. Also, enter date from boxes brought to clients
Fill boxes for clients
Clean up after clients have left- vacuum, sweep, wash kitchen floor, pack up breads both after the morning and afternoon sessions
We appreciate all that volunteers give to the Sedona Community Food Bank and we hope to make this a fun experience for you. Our volunteers provide work equivalent to 50 full-time employees, a crucial contribution to our fight against hunger. Our volunteer community assists with sorting through food donations, repacking bulk food items, assembling grocery boxes, stocking pantry shelves and many other active projects.
These guidelines have been established to create a safe, productive and satisfying volunteer experience for everyone.
Dress: You are representing the food bank within the community, therefore, all volunteers need to be clean, showered, wearing clean and comfortable clothing.
No halter or tube tops
No short shorts
No open toe or open back shoes.
Safety: Volunteers are expected to follow safety guidelines at all times.
Cannot be a convicted felon
Do not operate any equipment without proper training
No headphones, running or playing on premises
No eating or drinking on front end floor
Do not bring purses, jackets or other valuables as storage is limited.
Under 18 Years Old Volunteers:
Must have parental permission
Under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult
Youth groups must have an adult for every 10 minors volunteering. Please provide a list of volunteers
The Sedona Community Food Bank accepts no liability for minors who leave the Food Bank's property without parental or guardian consent.
Use of Automobile: Do not operate a personal vehicle for volunteer activities unless I have at least the minimum amount of automobile liability insurance required by Arizona law and a valid driver's license.
Photo release: I hereby give the Sedona Community Food Bank permission to copyright and/or use/reuse, change/alter and/or publish/republish pictures or images of me for the purpose of illustration, advertising and promoting the Sedona Community Food Bank through any medium.
I hereby accept and assume full responsibility for any injury I might suffer while volunteering at the Sedona Community Food Bank. In the event of injury, parents/guardians authorizes the Food Bank's staff to seek treatment for minor volunteers (volunteers under 18 years of age) and to take other action should a medical emergency arise and waive and release my right for damages.
All volunteers are to show respect and confidentiality of the Sedona Community Food Bank's client and business information.
I understand and agree that no particular schedule or hours of service are guaranteed for the volunteer work I will perform for SCFB, that SCFB may determine at any time that it no longer needs such volunteer services performed, and that I may decide at any time to end my volunteer activities for SCFB. I further understand that SCFB assumes no responsibility or liability for my safety or for the consequences of my activities.
I understand and agree that:
If I am accepted as a participant in a charitable program to perform the volunteer services described above for the Sedona Community Food Bank, I will not be an employee of SCFB, I will not be entitled to any compensation for my services (other than selected items of food if I am volunteering to help with the Food Bank), and I will not be entitled to any benefits from SCFB
If I am volunteering my services to the Sedona Community Food Bank under the auspices of SCFB, I will be required to comply with all regulations that might apply to anyone working at or for the food bank operations
Do you have any physical restrictions we need to be aware?
If you have restrictions, please list them here