– To acknowledge and respect rights arising from the statutes and regulations of the Institution.
– To serve as a volunteer according to your abilities, aptitude and interests.
– To respect the commitment to the Foundation.
– To be informed about the Fundamental Principles of the Foundation, objectives, structure, operation and tasks to be carried out.
– To receive information, training, orientation, permanent support and, where appropriate, necessary materials to maintain the quality of services provided.
– To be accredited to third parties, the institution itself and beneficiaries as personal identification.
– To be treated without discrimination, respecting freedom, dignity, privacy and beliefs. Actions will not interfere with the main obligations or private life.
– To be informed about objectives, background, duration, place, risks and roles to perform in each of the volunteer activities.
– To be insured against all risks of Civil Liability while volunteering.
– To have the backup and support from the Institution and the professional staff in every organized volunteer activity.
– To participate actively in the organization, collaborating with the election of the representative boards, direction and management, development, design, implementation and evaluation of programs, in accordance with its statutes or applied regulations.
– To be aware that the loss of membership in the Foundation and the potential penalties are made according to rules of the Foundation and may not occur without being heard by the authorized body in charge of making the final decision.
– To respect the Deontological Code regarding volunteer activities.
– To have the right that the volunteer activity is not burdensome for the volunteer.
– To be recognized for services provided.
– To be made aware of these rights and demand compliance.