Project HEAL General Volunteer Policy

The Project HEAL family is thrilled to have your support in serving as a volunteer with our organization. As a volunteer, you are a vital member of the Project HEAL community, helping us provide support and resources to those affected by eating disorders.

As a volunteer (except for Mentors, Interns, Chapter Executive Members, & Ambassadors), we ask you agree to adhere to all applicable policies and role responsibilities with Project HEAL outlined below. You understand that you will receive no monetary benefits in return for your volunteer service and that this opportunity is for your personal benefit in gaining further knowledge and/or experience. We would like to confirm that you agree with the following expectations required of Project HEAL volunteers-

  • You have a solid understanding of the programs, mission, and values of Project HEAL.

  • Respond to Project HEAL related communication within 48 to 72 hours.

  • Complete agreed upon projects within the agreed upon time frame.

  • Maintain a professional appearance when representing Project HEAL in any public forum.

  • You have been in an active recovery from your eating disorder for a minimum of 1-year (if applicable)

    • *Note: Project HEAL defines being in an active recovery as being consistently free from any eating disordered behaviors while recognizing that recovery is not always a linear process and therefore addressing any lapse of symptoms immediately.

  • Notify your supervisor, as soon as possible, should you encounter a lapse or relapse in eating disorder recovery (if applicable)

  • Maintain a pro-recovery ideology (e.g. refrain from making negative comments about food or weight; promote the positives of recovery and that full recovery is possible; encourage body acceptance and love; etc) in person, as well as online (i.e. social media).

  • Abstain from using your role with Project HEAL to endorse or promote any of your professional services. Project HEAL has a strict policy on conflict of interest and prohibits any volunteer from soliciting business through and/or during Project HEAL activities.

  • Maintain active and clear communication with all Project HEAL staff and volunteers.
  • Treat other volunteers, staff, and those within our community with kindness and respect.


  • Any materials, graphics, designs, photographs, plans, or any other documents and drawings, prepared or in the course of preparation by the volunteer while engaged in the performance of those services set forth in the “Responsibilities” subsection shall be the exclusive property of Project HEAL and all such materials shall be remitted to Project HEAL by the volunteer upon completion, termination, or cancellation of service. A volunteer shall not use, willingly allow, or cause to have such materials used for any purpose other than performance of the volunteer’s service under this agreement without prior written consent from a Project HEAL executive staff member.

  • You will keep confidential any and all Confidential Information of Project HEAL that comes into your possession.

Failure to abide by any of the terms within this agreement will result in the Volunteer completing the non-compliance protocol, which may include dismissal from the assigned role within Project HEAL, depending on the circumstances.  


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