* Required field.
One Day a Week
More than once a week
Once a month
Twice a month
Family Support Team
Support for Single Adults
Provide Meals for Programs
Driver ** for Client Appointments, etc.
Driver ** for Donation Pickup
Spanish Language Translator
Food Box Packer
Driver ** Food Box Program
Driver ** Food Donation Pick-ups
** All Volunteer Drivers are required to complete a COTS Driver Application.
Click here to download this form for printing.
Please return the completed form along with a copy of your driver’s license and current auto insurance card. You may return these documents via fax, mail, or email (pdf attachment) as indicated on the bottom of the document.
Food Box Packer
All volunteers under the age of 18 must have their parents complete a Parent Participation Contract and Emergency Authorization Form.
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After submission, please return the completed form via fax, mail, or email (pdf attachment) as indicated on the bottom of the document.
Please Provide Two References Through Your Volunteer or Professional Work
Publicity, news article
Letter from COTS/Petaluma Kitchen
I certify that the information provided by me on this online application is true and correct. I understand that any misstatements or omissions of material facts may be cause for rejection of my application. I understand that my volunteer service will be subject to satisfactory references and other criteria. I hereby authorize COTS (including its staff, volunteers or agents) to check my references. I hereby release same persons given as references from all liability for any damage whatsoever arising therefrom. I further understand that any assignment given me will be on a 90-day probationary trial basis, except for short-term assignments.
Please visit the link below to learn about Your Responsibilities as a COTS Community Volunteer. After reading the document, check the box below to indicate that you have read and understand your responsibilities as stated in the document:
Your Responsibilities as a COTS Community Volunteer