Rights and responsibilities of the volunteer and the Organization

Rights of the volunteer:

1. To be included in an appropriate training.

2. To be supported by the team of the Organization and the social workers of the service.

3. To be included in activities according to his will.

4. To have the opportunity to express his opinion about his activities as a volunteer and to

share them with his mentor.

5. To participate in specialized trainings of the team, meetings, etc.

6. To be properly recognized.

7. To receive a certificate for his work.

8. To stop his volunteer work when necessary or needed.

9. To give and receive feedback.

10. To be insured by the Organization against accidents during his work.

Obligations of the volunteer:  

1. To keep people’s rights and the state laws.

2. Ti inform about health incidents, problems or some kind of special features in a child

behavior.

3. To inform about all risk for the children caused by the environment or specific activities with

them.

4. To inform timely for inability to keep an appointment or working task.

5. To stick to his obligations and not to do activities with the children apart from the negotiated

volunteer activity.

6. To present brief information to a member of the team after each meeting about the way it

has gone.

Rights of the Organization

1. To assign activities to the volunteer due to his interests and abilities and in line with the

specific needs of the service.

2. To keep a record with information for the volunteers including personal information and

assessments for the completed tasks.

3. To know the abilities and the expectations of the volunteer.

4. To cease the activities of the volunteer after a decision taken by the manager team.

5. To be informed timely for the intention of the volunteer to cease his activity.

Obligations of the Organization

1. To define the goal, the expected results, the obligations and the responsibilities of the

volunteers.

2. To ensure resources and support to the volunteer for his successful activities.

3. To prepare the staff for working with volunteers.

4. To keep the information about the volunteer confidential and only for work purposes.

5. To inform the volunteer about novelties within the service.

6. To acknowledge the contribution of the volunteers and their successes.

7. To ensure the volunteer against accidents during his work.