Volunteer's Code of Conduct

Here are a few basic rules that we would like all volunteers to follow:

As a volunteer, I will:

  • Treat everyone I serve with respect, loyalty, integrity, courtesy, dignity, and consideration.
  • Use positive reinforcement rather than criticism, competition, or comparison when working with fellow volunteers, event staff and guests.
  • Maintain confidentiality in all matters related to the event.

As a volunteer, I will not:

  • Humiliate, ridicule, threaten or degrade fellow volunteers, event staff or guests or children, youth or vulnerable adults.
  • Smoke or use tobacco products while at events
  • Use, possess or be under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs at any time while volunteering.
  • Use, possess or show pornographic materials neither to fellow volunteers, event staff or guests.
  • Use profanity in the presence of fellow volunteers, event staff or guests.


Train/Coach – Please remember that everyone was new once.  Don’t just assume that volunteers know how to do something.  It is up to the group to train and advise each other.  If you have an idea on how to run things more efficiently let us know.  

Team player – During events, the goal is to get you in and out as quickly as possible.  The means that all volunteers need to work as a team.  If you are new to a stand and do not know what to do,  just speak up.  The quicker everything gets done the quicker we all get to leave.

Cell Phone – We understand that most people carry a cell phone with them and that from time to time you are going to have to reply to texts or take calls.  All we ask is that you keep it to a minimum, and always keep them out of sight of customers and venue staff.  Most venues are going to state that cell phones are not to be used during an event.

 If there is an issue, please notify MNFI.  If you would rather do this anonymously use the contact us page.

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