Society for Healthcare
Happy Weekend, Volunteer Management Colleagues!
I am interested in hearing about your volunteer uniforms - do you charge your Volunteers for their uniforms? If so, what is the cost?
We issue uniforms to teens only: polo shirts. We do not use uniforms for any other volunteers. We do not charge the teens for their shirts.
We require all volunteers to wear a polo that they purchase for $10.
We get a $25 deposit on the uniform, repayable when the volunteer completes at least 50 hours.
Beginning August 1 we will no longer charge for volunteer uniforms ($20). All volunteers wear red tops.
Ladies choice of polo, vest (with white sleeved top) or smock with white under smock.
Men's choice of polo and/or jacket.
Slacks are navy, khaki, black or white and closed toe shoes. No hoodies, no denim, no leggings. Ladies may wear capri's during the summer months.
We charge $20 for teen tops & $25 for the first adult jacket/vest.
We do charge volunteers for their uniforms. They run from $10-$30, depending on what they select - polo/cobblers apron/vest/jacket.
We do charge for the first uniform, unless there is a financial hardship
$30 for scrubs - most volunteers want these
$20 for polo shirt or "lab jacket."
All are monogrammed with the logo and VOLUNTEER and are in "our color."
Based on hours served and condition of the "uniform" we may offer a replacement at no cost.
We provide $10 off the first uniform which gets you a short sleeve polo for free. There are 8 uniform choices for men and 10 for women. So, you can also use that $10 off to select/purchase a different choice and pay the difference.
We also offer a $10 off discount each year during June - which is also the month that TB testing and annual training are due. Additionally, a couple of years ago we began offering the option of a $10 certificate for either the gift shop or a uniform purchase if you did not wish to receive an hours bar.
Hope that helps.
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