- Leaders & Managers Home
- Engaging the Community
- Exploring and Preparing for Community Involvement
- Recruiting Volunteers and Connecting to Opportunities
- Placing, Supporting, and Supervising Volunteers
- Encouraging and Delegating Tasks
- Retaining Volunteers and Keeping them Motivated
- Staff and Volunteer Relations
- Firing Volunteers
- Legal, Accountability, Risk Management, and Legislative Issues
- Volunteer Management Handbooks and Policies
- Human Resource Management Materials
- Supervision & Progress Reports
- Recording for Volunteer Programs
- Recognizing Volunteers
- Assessing the Program
Legal, Accountability, Risk Management, and Legislative Issues
- American Law Sources Online (ALSO)
- Volunteer Legal Handbook
A detailed handbook produced for the Volunteer Action Center at the United Way of the Tanana Valley in Fairbanks, Alaska.
- Volunteering is Inherently Risky
from Susan Ellis's "On Volunteers" column in The Nonprofit Times
- Barriers to Preventing Abuse
By John Patterson with Charles Tremper and Pam Rypkema from Child Abuse Prevention Primer for Your Organization
- Is Association Liable for Child’s Injury at Party?
From Don Kramer's Nonprofit Issues.
- Legal Issues in School Volunteer Programs
Ingrid Johansen, School Law Bulletin, Institute of Government, University of North Carolina (US). While it concentrates on school situations in North Carolina, this is, in Steve McCurley's words, "by far the best thing ever written about volunteer liability, both in terms of explaining potential problems and of suggesting what a program manager should do." Written as a series of four articles that you can download or read.