8/24/17 Ripple amGLASSadors - Neighborhood Doorhanger Canvassing 

Thursday, August 24th
8:30 to 11:30 AM


Meeting Location:
6000 IKEA Way
Merriam, KS 66202

Volunteer with Bridging The Gap in a new outreach partnership with Ripple Glass, Kansas City's glass recycling organization!


Are you passionate about recycling? Volunteer with us in a new outreach partnership with Ripple Glass! We’ll go door-to-door in neighborhoods near IKEA, leaving doorhangers to let residents know about a new Ripple Glass recycling drop-off bin nearby. After training, volunteers will be provided a map that details the canvassing route, drive to surrounding neighborhoods and walk in teams of two. We will provide snacks and water.  

 

PERKS: Each volunteer will get a limited edition Bridging The Gap / Ripple Glass t-shirt exclusive to this partnership project.  After the workday, volunteers will get coffee and cinnamon rolls from IKEA!  BONUS:  Volunteers for this campaign are invited to a private party on October 9th at Boulevard Brewery, thanks to Ripple Glass!


Upon completion of the registration form, you will receive a confirmation email with further information and instructions. Thank you!



Volunteer Qualifications: All volunteers must


1. Register online in advance

2. Be at least 18 years of age

3. Agree to electronic liability waiver

4. If you are volunteering as part of a group (ex: KCP&L, UMKC, ABC Neighborhood Association, etc.) please     enter your group name in the field below: "Group You are Volunteering With"

5. Please bring a re-usable water bottle filled with water that you can carry with you. 

6. Wear comfortable clothing and appropriate walking shoes. 

7. Consider a hat, sunscreen and bugspray.  











Name and Phone Number


 

BRIDGING THE GAP NEIGHBORHOOD CANVASSING EVENT
VOLUNTEER WAIVER
OF LIABILITY,

ASSUMPTION OF RISKS AND PHOTO RELEASE

 

I am aware that working as a volunteer at Bridging The Gap’s Neighborhood Canvassing Events is a potentially dangerous activity.  I warrant that I have no physical or psychological medical conditions that would create risk(s) for myself or others in connection with this volunteer activity.  The volunteer work I may perform will take place in urban neighborhood settings and will include but is not limited to walking predetermined routes, climbing stairs, knocking on doors, contact with residents, and literature drops. Possible risks could include but are not limited to steep embankments and drop-offs, naturally vegetated woodland areas with inherent dangers that include, but are not limited to, exposure to noxious plants such as poison ivy, snake or insect bites, contact with dogs, contact with potentially dangerous materials such as herbicide, cuts or traumatic injuries from broken glass, limbs of bushes or trees or other materials, falls, injuries related to uneven ground, exposed roots or loose footing, contact with residents and the general public, including but not limited to vehicular traffic, and the effects of weather conditions, including high heat and/or humidity, cold, wind, snow, rain or ice.

 

In the event my volunteer activities take place through the use of an automobile, boat, or other vehicle, such as shuttle transportation to a worksite, or in an office or other setting I understand that there are certain additional and different risks that arise in such atmospheres and this waiver and assumption of risk is intended by me to include any and all such risks.  Therefore, I assume any and all risks directly or indirectly associated with working as a volunteer at this event, and I understand that I am solely responsible for my own safety and for the safety of those with me both on the premises and in traveling to and from this event and in my dealings with the general public while working as a volunteer at this event.  If any of the activities I may encounter appear to pose a risk that I am not comfortable with, I will refrain from engaging in such activities.   

 

Being aware of the above facts, and in consideration of being a participant in Bridging The Gap’s Neighborhood Canvassing Events, I hereby for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators or anyone else who might claim on my behalf, covenant not to sue, and do release and hold harmless Bridging The Gap, Inc. and Ripple Glass, and their representatives, successors or assigns, from any and all claims or liability for death, personal injury or property damage of any kind or nature whatsoever arising out of, or in the course of, my participation as a Bridging The Gap volunteer.

 

Additionally, I understand that photos may be taken during the event I am participating in, and I hereby grant Bridging The Gap and Ripple Glass the irrevocable and unrestricted right to use and publish photographs of me, or in which I may be included, without compensation, for editorial, trade, advertising, and any other purpose and in any manner and medium; to alter the same without restriction; and to copyright the same.  I hereby release Bridging The Gap and Ripple Glass from all claims and liability relating to said photographs.  I understand that Bridging The Gap does not currently offer court-ordered or disciplinary community service and that Bridging The Gap staff will not sign off on documents verifying service hours for court-ordered or disciplinary service.