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Posted on December 7, 2011

If there is a risk that volunteers might get injured while working for your organization, it’s a good idea to have them sign a waiver of liability to protect the organization. Such waivers are generally enforceable in Georgia. While this article focuses on the law in Washington, DC and surrounding areas, it includes helpful information for all nonprofits working with volunteers.

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