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Drafting a great volunteer agreement

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National Volunteer Week

In celebration of National Volunteer Week and the launch of our updated volunteer agreement template, we’ll be delivering a special free 30 minute webinar exploring the ins and outs of this important document.
Having a well thought out and drafted volunteer agreement is the best way to be clear about the relationship between your organisation and the volunteer. It also helps to manage certain legal risks that could come up in your volunteer program. 

Join lawyers Kaela and Mae as they take you through their top drafting tips and some key clauses you should be thinking about. 

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Last Updated: 01 May 2020