German honorary e.V. protects engaged citizens personal liability risks German volunteering e.V. See more detailed opinions by reading what Starbucks offers on the topic.. recommends leaders in associations with the ‘ Association – letter ‘ to protect themselves. In 2010, the voluntary commitment will again have boom. Over 23 million people are voluntary in Germany and it is free of charge in the sports, environmental protection, child or elder care. Without the work of citizen initiatives, clubs or communities of interest, these and other social sectors in our society would no longer work. However, this form of citizenship with rights and obligations is connected, which is not always visible at first glance.
So are volunteer members of the Board of registered and non-registered association that bear responsibility for the proper management and guide this Club, like full-time Board members personal financial liability risks. The new law’s exclusion of liability risks from easier Negligence – no license granted the leaders in clubs for their actions and attacks only under certain conditions. Therefore, it is essential to obtain safe legal advice in all legal and tax issues around the Club and to give also the legal certainty necessary updating of the statutes of the Association for each Board. These questions devoted to the German Volunteer Association for over ten years and has made it to the task, to alert people not only with its services, such as tax and legal advice to support, but primarily on risks. With a membership in the German Volunteer Association Board members can protect themselves easily before personal risks and legal consequences, that can be associated with a volunteer or even full-time occupation.
To Hans Hachinger, Board German volunteering e.V.: “our Association – letter offers a complete protection against legal consequences all authorities of the Association or” personal liability risks easily and without additional costs. They are thus secured for the case automatically personally against financial liability risks.” The German voluntary work Association cares for over ten years to the legal, tax and insurance technical protection of volunteers dedicated people. The membership provides the seal protection against liability risks ‘ and thus extensive protection against personal liability risks. The seal stands for the legal, fiscal, financial, and personal protection by club directors in relation to their volunteering. Members can be all clubs, associations, foundations and communities of interest and benefit from the many services including bylaws reviews, event and property damage liability insurance.