Our Mission is Your Mission
Nonprofit organizations and emergency services are vital to every
Volunteer Vetting ensures your organization
works with the right people.
With thorough and cost-effective background checks, your organization can
receive the assurance that everyone who volunteers for your group supports your
Volunteer Vetting exists completely to help non-profits organizations,
faith-based associations, school groups, emergency services, and relief efforts
- Safe: Community service organizations often send their
volunteers into schools, homes, and churches. Volunteer Vetting’s extensive
process safeguards everyone so the job is done completely and with peace of
- Streamlined: When non-profits protect their organizations with
Volunteer Vetting, charitable and service operations happen faster, easier, and
more efficiently. Simply print and file for your records!
- Proactive: Especially after Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy,
catastrophe preparedness has become a staple in the service world. Proper
vetting ensures emergency organizations receive qualified disaster-prevention
volunteers. And volunteers can provide this information quickly up front to any
nonprofit with whom they wish to work.
- Responsive: When a sudden disaster requires a fast
response, Volunteer Vetting puts safeguarded volunteers at the ready. The
process creates faster and more impactful service.
For Individual Volunteers and Service Organizations…
How Volunteer Vetting Works
To help both volunteers and the organization's leadership team provide lasting
community service, we work with...
- Individual Volunteers
- Faith-Based Organizations
- Non-Profit Groups
- Emergency Management
- Law Enforcement
- Fire Departments
- Ambulance Services
- Emergency Operation Centers
We complete a necessary process that will provide reassurance for your
management, staff, the clients you serve, and the community at large. Check out
our Top 10 Reasons for a Background Check.
Volunteer Vetting quickly processes and provides a thorough evaluation of criminal
background checks, sexual predator data, and address verification. Volunteers
who pass the evaluation will receive an ID number that organizations can easily
check before sending enrolling potential community service or emergency