Please complete this application form if you are an individual interested in volunteering for Angels In Sports. Once you complete the form, click the submit button at the bottom.
A successful submission of your application is not a confirmation of a scheduled shift. All shifts must be reserved in advance and drop-in's are not permitted. Please note: Volunteers must be 7th grade or older. In addition, Angels In Sports cannot accept volunteers performing court-related community service.
(If you have previously filled out this application and are just interested in scheduling another shift, please do not fill this out again. Instead, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Contact Information (Required)
Schedule and Availability
Please check all days and times you are available to volunteer and estimate the number of service hours you would be willing to work per day, per week, per month or overall.
Emergency Contact Information
PLEASE NOTE: ANGELS IN SPORTS CANNOT ACCEPT VOLUNTEERS PERFORMING COURT-RELATED COMMUNITY SERVICE.
We can provide verification for non court-ordered community service and employer matching grant requests.
How did you choose Angels in Sports
Please tell us how you heard of Angels in Sports.
Volunteer Code of Conduct
To assure orderly operations and to provide the best possible volunteer experience, Angels In Sports asks and expects volunteers to follow rules of conduct that will protect the comfort and safety of all volunteers, employees, clients and visitors.
We ask that at all times volunteers treat all persons with kindness and integrity.
VOLUNTEER GUIDELINES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
All volunteers will channel their actions in accordance with the utmost standards and interests of Angels In Sports (AIS).
All volunteers must accept responsibility of the persons that they bring to any Angels In Sports function and who have not singed up to participate at an AIS function in an official capacity.
Adults bringing young people to volunteer at or with Angels In Sports must keep them safe at all times and on site, not allowing them to wander around or leave any facility of AIS or, contracted location with AIS, be unsupervised.
Have young people use the “buddy system” when going to the bathroom or taking a break. This will further ensure their safety.
Always report client challenges or problems to staff or security person and do not try to resolve or defuse the situation on your own.
Volunteers should never offer legal or medical advice to clients.
If possible, please let your AIS volunteer manager know 48 hours prior if you cannot work your shift
Follow all directions given by the staff or security personnel employed or affiliated with Angels In Sports.
As a volunteer, you are representing not only Angels In Sports, but also yourself and your school, company or other organization. Treat your workplace and others with respect and refrain from yelling, harsh language, spitting, throwing objects, leaving a mess, and anything you wouldn’t want someone else doing in your own home.
Volunteers who receive food for personal consumption will comply with posted rules.
Volunteers are asked to eat, drink or smoke in designated areas only and not in any client food handling areas, food storage areas or bathrooms.
Follow all posted Food Safety Rules
Wash hands and wear gloves when instructed to do so, whenever entering a work area.
Throw away any food dropped on the floor that is not packaged in a can or a sealed bag.
Volunteers will separate garbage, recycling and compost whenever and wherever possible
Volunteers may not accept personal gifts, food, beverages, favors, services or loans from clients. All donations are the property of Angels In Sports and must be properly receipted. Any exceptions must be cleared through staff.
It is not possible to list all the forms of behavior that are considered unacceptable in the workplace. The following are examples of infractions to these work rules and guidelines:
Falsification of information when completing Volunteer Application.
Sleeping on duty.
Working under the influence of alcohol or performance impairing drugs or illegal substances.
Possession, distribution, sale, transfer, or use of alcohol or drugs.
Fighting or threatening violence.
Negligence or improper conduct leading to bodily harm, damage of agency, other volunteer, employee, client or property.
Refusal to comply with reasonable instruction/direction or other disrespectful conduct, including making false, vicious or malicious statements concerning any employee, volunteer, client or the agency or its services.
Smoking inside an Angels In Sports facility or in any prohibited areas.
Any form of harassment or confrontation towards clients, volunteers or staff.
Possession of dangerous or unauthorized materials, such as explosives or firearms in the workplace.
Allowing non-volunteers to enter company or contracted premises without supervisory permission or access to AIS facilities.
Not following safety rules, regulations, code of conduct or procedures
Using tools or equipment without staff permission or that is defective or unsuitable for work being done.
All volunteers who work entering data understand that all donor information including addresses, phone numbers and email addresses are the property of Angels In Sports and agree to never capture or remove this information for
their personal use or gain or for the gain of any non-Angels In Sports entity. All donor information is strictly confidential and must never be discussed or given out to any non-Angels In Sports employee.
Thank you for giving your time to Angels In Sports
BY CHECKING THE BOX, I ATTEST THAT I HAVE READ THE ABOVE AND AGREE TO ABIDE BY THE VOLUNTEER CODE OF CONDUCT.
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Washington's Charitable Act Registration Number: 33993
Angels in Sports is a registered Washington State Charities and a Recognized IRS 501 (c) (3) Tax Exempt Organization.
Requisite Charity and Tax Exempt Information and Documents are provided upon request.
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