Create Volunteer Profile

Thank you for registering to volunteer with Hands4Hope – Youth Making A Difference.  In order to coordinate participation in Hands4Hope activities, we need to collect and store some information about each volunteer. This information is used only for management of volunteers for Hands4Hope related events and outreaches, and will not be shared with any other organizations. Authorized Hands4Hope adult volunteers may access the information you provide. (Authorized adults are fingerprinted and have completed a youth protection-training course.)


All family members who plan to volunteer for Hands4Hope related events are required to fill out a separate registration form. (One form per person)


Please allow up to 48 hours for your profile to be activated. Once you receive email notification of your profile activation, you will be able to select and register for an event.

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Volunteer Last Name:*
Volunteer First Name:*
Volunteer Primary Phone:*
Volunteer E-mail:*
Confirm E-mail:*
Volunteer Alternate Phone:
Volunteer Address:*
Volunteer Address Line 2:
Volunteer City/Town:*
Volunteer State:*
Volunteer Zip Code:*
Emergency Contact Name:*
Emergency Contact Phone:*
Parent/Guardian #1 Full Name, Cell Phone & Email (required for youth volunteers):*
Parent/Guardian #1 Employer/Occupation (optional):
Parent/Guardian #2 Full Name & Cell Phone & Email:
Parent/Guardian #2 Employer/Occupation (optional):
Annual Household Income (optional):*
Grade Level - if you are an adult, select 'adult'.:*
Do you have medical conditions or take medications you want us to know about? Please explain :
In case of emergency, who is your preferred medical provider?:*
How did you hear about Hands4Hope?:*
What is the primary reason you are volunteering with Hands4Hope?:*
Volunteer Birth Date:
Volunteer Interests:
Volunteer Groups:


On behalf of myself, I waive any right, claim, claim of responsibility or liability, or cause of action arising as a result of my participation as a volunteer with the Organization from which any liability may or could accrue against the Organization or its officers, directors, employees, or representatives, collectively or individually. Without limiting the generality of the above, I agree that this waiver shall include any rights, claims, claims of responsibility or liability or causes of action resulting from personal injury or damage to my property sustained in connection with my activities with the Organization; and agree to indemnify the Organization and its officers, directors, employees, or representatives, collectively or individually, from any such claims.


1. Acknowledges that the undersigned's participation in the Event may include activities that may be hazardous to the undersigned and assumes the risk of injury or harm associated with such participation.

2. Releases and forever discharges the Sponsor and its employees, officers, directors, shareholders, affiliates, agents, representatives, successors and assigns (collectively the "Releases") of and from all liability, claims, demands, damages, costs, expenses, actions and causes of action (collectively the "Claims") in respect of death, injury, loss or damage to myself or property howsoever caused, arising or to arise by reason of or during my participation in the Event, whether prior to, during or subsequent to my attendance and notwithstanding that any Claim may have been contributed to or occasioned by the negligence of any of the Releases.

3. Indemnifies and saves harmless the Releases from and against any and all liability incurred by any or all of them arising as a result of or in any way connected to my participation in the Event.

4. Understands and acknowledges that the Sponsor does not carry or maintain health, medical or disability insurance coverage for the undersigned and therefore agrees to assume responsibility for such insurance coverage on the undersigned.

5. Agrees that in the event that any provision of this Release and Indemnity is held to be invalid or unenforceable by any court of competent jurisdiction, the invalidity or unenforceability of such provision will not affect the remaining provisions of this Release and Indemnity which shall continue to be enforceable.


If, in the judgment of the staff and volunteers of Hands4Hope – Youth Making A Difference, the child named needs immediate care and treatment as a result of any injury or sickness, I hereby give permission to the staff and volunteers to secure proper treatment for my child. I do hereby consent to whatever x-ray, examination, anesthetic, medical, surgical or dental diagnosis or treatment and hospital care are considered necessary in the best judgment of the attending physician, surgeon or dentist and performed by or under the supervision of the medical staff of the hospital or facility furnishing medical or dental services. It is further understood that the undersigned will assume full responsibility for any such action, including payment of costs.  I do hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless Hands4Hope (including its officers, directors, members and/or volunteers) from any claim by any person whomsoever on account of such care and treatment of said child.


I give permission to Hands4Hope – Youth Making A Difference to use photographs, and/or video, and/or audio of me obtained while participation as a volunteer with the Organization. I release the Organization from any and all liabilities arising from the use of these items for publicity purposes and waive the right to all negatives, photos, tapes and reproductions, as well as waive my right to inspect or approve the finished photographs an/or tapes.If you have a specific request for photo/video/social media release, please contact


1. Clients have a right to the protection of confidential information about themselves.

2. The volunteer shares information about a client only with the volunteer’s lead, the Volunteer Coordinator or other appropriate Hands4Hope – Youth Making A Difference staff members.

3. A volunteer will not communicate confidential information to anyone outside the Organization.

4. Speaking of your volunteer assignment in general terms, avoiding use of any client names, is NOT a breach of confidentiality.


Confidentiality or the protection of children’s and/or adult’s rights is an important tool in the treatment of the groups we work with through our programs.  Under no circumstances will the names of the children or adults, their problems, their conversations with volunteers, their personal or family background be discussed with anyone outside of Hands4Hope.  This prohibition includes discussions with other volunteers and staff who are not directly servicing the families/children/adults we are serving.

Volunteers seeking to gather or share information must first obtain a written release of confidentiality that is signed by a responsible adult directly related to the child, Hands4Hope, the organization we are partnering with (i.e. Mercy Housing), or the family.  The accumulation of information or information sharing must only take place with the supervision of a Hands4Hope director and must be directly related to the services performed in the capacity of a volunteer with Hands4Hope.

If a youth/adult wants to share information with you but requests that you not share it with anyone else, it is a good practice to inform the youth/adult that you may need to share it with the Hands4Hope executive director.  Then it is up to the youth to determine if he or she wishes to continue the conversation.  This practice will protect you from manipulation on the part of the youth and protect the youth from a breach of confidentiality by you.

I agree that authorized Hands4Hope adult volunteers may use the information I provide. (Authorized adults are fingerprinted and have completed a youth protection-training course)

The following guidelines will assist the volunteers to develop and maintain relationships with fellow volunteers and exhibit ethical conduct with those we are assisting.
As a volunteer, I will:
■ be helpful to others when work is to be done
■ be kind and friendly to other volunteers and those we are serve
■ be respectful, considerate, and courteous to one another, adult advisors and those we are serve
■ use kind and respectful language
■ have a positive attitude
■ do good deeds without expecting a reward
■ be on time to all events
■ wear appropriate clothes
■ exhibit exemplary behavior, which includes not having/using alcohol, tobacco (cigarettes, e-cigarettes, or chew) or other drugs (unless prescribed to me)
■ not harass or attack others, not carry or use a weapon; and not do anything else illegal or unsafe
■ represent yourself and H4H positively on social media

The youth of Hands4Hope are expected to perform at the highest level of service and with the utmost regard for those we serve. Hands4Hope youth are expected to set a good example daily, and inspire others to do the same.
As a member of Hands4Hope, I will consistently:
■ be kind to others (even people I don't like)
■ use kind words
■ be helpful and commit random acts of kindness
■ set a good example
■ be a light for others to follow

We have read the Hands4Hope Code of Conduct & Policies and Procedures and understand the information presented in the contents. By accepting this Hands4Hope Code of Conduct you commit to the code as detailed above.

You can find the Hands4Hope Terms & Conditions, Code of Conduct, and Policies and Procedures on our website:
Hands4Hope Terms & Conditions
Hands4Hope Code of Conduct
Hands4Hope Policies and Procedures