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I defend, indemnify and hold harmless Martha’s Village & Kitchen from all liability, personal injury, loss or damage whatsoever from any cause which may arise from activities in and about the facilities of Martha’s Village & Kitchen and/or on behalf of Martha’s Village & Kitchen.*
I verify that I meet the minimum age requirement for the program and position I wish to volunteer in.*
I agree to have a TB Test and/or a Criminal Background Check if required by the position in which I am interested; and I further agree to wait until the results are back before I begin to volunteer in that position.*
I have read, understand and agree to the Volunteer Services Policies, Procedures and Rules of Conduct (including the Dress Code Guidelines).*

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I understand that the information given above is true and will be held confidential.*

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COVID-19 Guidelines


All Volunteers must adhere to all the Guidelines Martha’s Village and Kitchen have in place for COVID-19. Volunteer must not come to the Village if they are displaying any of the following symptoms:


  • Fever
  • Coughing
  • Shortness of breath
  • Has pink eye
  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • (To name a few.)


If Volunteer has been tested, been around someone who has been tested or awaiting results for COVID-19, they must not return to Martha’s Village and Kitchen until they have satisfactory paperwork clearing them. The following precautions must be adhered to at all times:


  • Face masks must be worn at all times, other PPE may be necessary dependent on what department working in.
  • Hands must be washed and hand sanitizer applied on arrival and at hourly intervals.
  • Social distancing (at least 6 feet apart) at all times
  • No bodily contact i.e. shaking hands etc.


Once again these are but a few of the guidelines in place for you protection and that of Staff, Residents and Children.


Should you have any concerns or questions please do not hesitate in contacting our Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator Kaylin Murphy via phone (760) 347-4741 X 128 or e-mail

Dress Code Guidelines


Volunteers are requested to arrive dressed appropriately for the work that they will be performing. This dress code has been developed with the safety of volunteers in mind, following work place safety standards are designed to respect our clients. Please adhere to this code to insure that you will be able to fully take part during your day of service. Volunteers arriving dressed inappropriately will not be allowed to take part unless suitable accommodations can be made.


  • Volunteers must wear flat, closed-toed shoes. Please do not wear shoes with heels more than half an inch.
  • Volunteers should not wear revealing or tight-fitting clothing. Do not wear tank tops, sleeveless or low-cut shirts, short-shorts or cut up pants that are revealing.
  • Acceptable clothing includes shirts that cover the stomach, and upper arms and chest, and long pants.
  • A hat or hairnet is required for volunteers handling food.(One will be provided for you)
  • Disposable gloves and apron are required for volunteers handling food and will be provided.
  • No one with fingernails that extend more than one inch beyond their fingertip can handle or serve food.
  • All food handlers will be asked to remove bracelets, watches, rings, etc. unless they must be worn for special circumstances.
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