Volunteers

Conflict of Interest

A conflict of interest exists when the interests or concerns of any operational volunteer member or any member of their family or any party, group, or organization in which the operational volunteer is actively involved may be seen as competing with the interests or concerns of Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan.
Operational volunteer members or any member of their family, acting individually, or on behalf of any group, organization or business to which they have allegiance or obligation should not utilize their position at Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan for personal, professional, political, or monetary gain.
Operational volunteers should not use for personal advantage or for the advantage of any private business or other business organizations confidential information or material acquired in the discharge of their duties (such as rosters, mailing lists, telephone directories, and the like).
Neither operational volunteers nor any member of their family should accept any gift, entertainment, services, loans, or promises of future benefits from any person who personally or whose employer might benefit or appear to benefit because of the operational volunteer’s connection to Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan.