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Volunteer Forms - Primary

Listed below are the PRIMARY tools/ forms you will need to manage both ongoing and short term community volunteers. The forms are electronicallly fillable - you can complete and save them electronically, so there is no need to print. 

Click here for an overview of volunteer record management and a checklist of the forms you need to use for each volunteer. 

Ongoing Volunteers 

  • Requirements for Volunteering Form (in development) 
    This form outlines requirements for volunteering, and captures consent relating to privacy, integrity checks, medical details & info about previous experience with The Salvos
  • Volunteer Agreement - Ongoing
    This form is for confidentiality purposes, insurance, and medical purposes. It must be filled out by the volunteer and signed off by the manager. 
  • Organisational Code of Conduct
    The Organisational Code of Conduct must be read and agreed to prior to commencement. To save you printing the entire document we suggest you keep a printed copy of the Code of Conduct for volunteers to read and/or email them a copy for their own reference. Only the last page is to be signed and returned to the manager.
  • Volunteer Handbook
    This National handbook covers information about volunteering, insurance, background checks etc. All on-going volunteers should be given a copy prior to commencing. The handbook does not require a signature, and as such does not have to be printed.

Short-Term Volunteering

  • Short-term Volunteer Pack
    This pack contains the Short-term Volunteer Agreement and the Condensed Code of Conduct. The pack is to be used for volunteers engaged for up to 3 weeks, for an event or short-term project. For ongoing volunteers use the forms below.

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About the sharer

This Toolkit will provide you access to volunteer resources such as: Volunteer Agreements, Volunteer Handbook, Code of Conduct, waivers, templates and processes to enable meaningful and effective volunteer engagement. You will be equipped with the resources necessary to responsibly manage the various groups of volunteers. The Volunteer Resources (VR) team exists to support and assist you through the volunteer journey. If you need assistance using the provided resources or have any questions, please get in touch with the VR team.

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