AYSO REGION 28
Garden Grove, CA.
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Without our volunteers we would not have a program for our kids to play recreational soccer!
Our coaches, refs and staff donate numerous hours to insure our kids play in a
"Fun, Safe & Positive environment"!
To all, please remember that the refs and coaches are volunteers and we need them!
Keep your comments positive so they continue to learn and continue to ref and coach.
No refs = no games.
No Coaches= no games
Every Volunteer must complete a volunteer form every year via
What do you get as an AYSO Volunteer?
AYSO Volunteers make new friends. They learn new skills. They develop their creativity.
They investigate new careers.
They enrich their lives by growing from their experiences. Plus, it's a lot of fun
Below are some jobs that need to be done during the year.
Field take down.
Help in the snack bar on Opening Day.
Paint lines on soccer fields before games.
Board member positions
How do I become an AYSO volunteer?
It’s easy. Talk to your child’s coach, call your Regional Commissioner or any of the Region’s
They will be most helpful — and happy — to find the right job for you
AYSO is a pure volunteer organization.
PLEASE REGISTER AS A VOLUNTEER!
Volunteer Protection Act 1997
What It Means To You
The purpose of the Volunteer Protection Act of 1997 is to provide certain protections to volunteers in lawsuits based on the activities of volunteers. No volunteers shall be liable for harm caused by the act or omission of the volunteer if...
The volunteer was acting within the scope of their responsibilities;
The volunteer was properly licensed, certified, or authorized to undertake the activities in question;
The harm was not caused by willful or criminal misconduct, gross negligence, reckless misconduct, or a conscious, flagrant indifference to the right or safety of the individual(s) harmed; and
The harm was not caused by a volunteer operating a vehicle that requires an operator's license or insurance.
The VPA prohibits the recovery of punitive damages unless the injured person proves by "clear and convincing evidence" that the volunteer caused the harm by an act constituting willful or criminal misconduct or by conscious, flagrant indifference to the person's safety or rights. This "clear and convincing" standard raises the burden of proof, making it more difficult to recover punitive damages from a volunteer.
A volunteer's liability for noneconomic damages will be limited to the proportion of harm for which that volunteer is found liable.
The VPA limits the liability of volunteers, but not the liability of the organizations that they serve.
The limitation on liability for volunteers does not extend to:
Crimes of violence or international terrorism for which the volunteer has been convicted by a court;
Misconduct that violates State or Federal civil rights laws; or
Misconduct while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
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