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Volunteer with Habitat for Humanity Capital District



Volunteer Orientation at the ReStore

May 3rd - June 30th, 2019
Thank you for supporting our neighbors through Habitat Capital District! ReStore volunteers are vital to supporting Habitat's mission of building strength, stability and self-reliance through affordable homeownership. Volunteers keep operating costs low so as much money as possible can go toward supporting our mission.

All new volunteers are required to attend a short orientation. This orientation allows volunteers to meet with our volunteer coordinator. A short application form and tour of the building is mandatory for every new volunteer during this meeting.

This meeting will take up to 20 minutes, then you will be officially ready to volunteer at the ReStore. Any inquiring volunteer aged 16 or 17 MUST have a guardian attend orientation with them and sign a liability waiver.

*All mandated community service volunteers MUST email verification of infraction and the amount of required hours to be completed to Camilla at volunteer.restore@habitatcd.org prior to orientation date. Volunteers can only participate in an orientation after these documents have been provided.
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Waiver

(Please read this carefully: This is a legal document that affects your rights.)

This release and waiver of liability (“Release”) is executed on the date signed below by and between VOLUNTEER, his or her heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns (“VOLUNTEER”) and HABITAT FOR HUMANITY CAPITAL DISTRICT, INC., a New York not-for-profit corporation, its directors, employees and agents (collectively “HfHCD”).

1.The VOLUNTEER desires to work as a volunteer for HfHCD. The VOLUNTEER understands that volunteer activities may include construction and rehabilitation of residential buildings, working in the HfHCD offices, the HfHCD ReStore and/or other physical activity. The VOLUNTEER understands that the work for HfHCD may include activities that may be hazardous to the VOLUNTEER, including but not limited to, construction, loading and unloading, and transportation to and from the work sites.



2.The VOLUNTEER hereby freely, voluntarily, and without duress releases, forgives, discharges and holds harmless HfHCD and its successors and assigns from and against equity, for bodily injury, illness, death or property damage which may arise from VOLUNTEER’s work for HfHCD, to the extent permitted by the laws of the State of New York, and except to the extent contributed to, caused by or resulting from the negligence of HfHCD.

3.Except as otherwise agreed to by HfHCD in writing, VOLUNTEER hereby releases and forever discharges HfHCD from any claims arising from or in connection to any first aid, treatment, or service rendered in connection with VOLUNTEERS work for HfHCD.

4.Except as otherwise agreed to by HfHCD in writing, HfHCD does not carry or maintain health, medical or disability insurance coverage for a VOLUNTEER. Each VOLUNTEER is expected and encouraged to obtain his or her own medical or health insurance coverage.

5.VOLUNTEER has no known health issues and is not currently taking any drugs or medications that would limit and/or restrict in any way performance of the activities they will be undertaking as a VOLUNTEER for HfHCD.

6.VOLUNTEER hereby grans to HfHCD all rights, title and interest in any and all photographic images, video and audio recordings made by HfHCD during VOLUNTEER’s work for HfHCD, including, but not limited to, all royalties, proceeds, or other benefits derived from such photographs and recordings.

7.This Release shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of New York, and is intended to be a broad and inclusive as permitted by the law of the State of New York. In the event that any provision of this Release is held to be invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect.