Go Volunteer Code of Conduct
Do it willingly - We love working as a team, and are eager for people who are committed to being there! Flexibility is key when volunteering both with scheduling and tasks the day of the show. We want people from all walks of life to feel welcome when they volunteer We have zero tolerance for drama divisiveness.
Honor your commitment - While genuine emergencies might force you to miss your shift, people are counting on you and dropping out causes extra work for organizers and other volunteers.
Take it seriously - We have an important role to spread the message! Give it your best and do everything you can to make a first-class contribution. Show up on time and be prepared for anything that may come up!
Spread Christ’s light - For many people, volunteering is a way to meet new people and to become part of a community. Make an effort to reach out to new volunteers and introduce them to others. If they feel welcome, they'll come back.
You are an example - Please wear your “Go” volunteer t-shirt and modest clothing. You will be moving around a lot and we want to make sure all are comfortable at the Christ-centered family event.
Respect - All of our concert-goers must be treated with respect regardless of the situation. - It is also important that you respect security and Go Board Member direction.
Trust - We need to trust you. That means we have a zero tolerance policy for any break in our code of ethics (resulting in removal from the volunteer database). Trust you will ensure our environment will be inclusive, drama free, and supportive. and that you will respect the boundaries in place. We also trust that you will respect individual's personal property, the venue, and the artists while a volunteer. Contact may not be made with the artist while volunteering.
Emergency Procedure - If anything unusual happens the day of the show, volunteers must contact a Go Board member and 911 as appropriate.