Volunteer. Refers to any individual who enters into or offers himself/herself for a specific service, of his/her own free will, to the Society. Volunteers do not receive compensation. The Society shall provide the Union with a list of volunteers used on an annual basis, by December 31st of each year.
Volunteer. A person who is not a paid employee who participates in any District activity by providing their labor and services to the District free of charge. Use of volunteers on District projects must be approved by both the Division Manager and Risk Manager for liability and workers’ compensation purposes. (Resolution No. 96-03 outlines the Board’s authorization and governs of the use of volunteers.)
Volunteer. Volunteer labor hours shall conform to standard documented operating procedures for the Sub-grantee organization with established pay rates. - Required documentation for volunteers will include signed time logs/sign-in sheets with volunteer name, date, time, place, and type of volunteer service provided. Volunteer time may be valued at the local market rate for equivalent work (children at minimum wage). Hourly rates exceeding $20 per hour will require specific support documentation for justification and approval. If you use consultants, forestry professionals, planners, etc., who donate their professional services, appropriate hourly rates may be documented in a letter from the individual or their organization.