By John Mesko • SFA Executive Director
SFA’s website is loaded with helpful information. A key part of the SFA website is our volunteer page. If you are a volunteer, you will need to be familiar with the volunteer handbook, which can be found there. If you haven’t already been through the handbook, please read it, and then sign and submit a volunteer release form. This is required of all volunteers.
Also on the volunteer page, you can track your volunteer hours. This is a great way to make a formal donation to SFA. By recording your hours here, you are actually making an “in-kind” donation to SFA. This is very useful to us when we write a grant that requires matching funds. But we can only take advantage of this if you record your hours.
If you have a volunteer opportunity in your chapter, listing it here may help you find the right person for the job. We get frequent requests from people who want to volunteer, and since we don’t always know everything going on in each region, this is a great tool for communicating your need for volunteer assistance.