Volunteer Application

Online Volunteer Application

To become a Volunteer for Honor Flight Southern Nevada, you may submit the online form below or download and execute this PDF of the Volunteer Application: Volunteer Application.pdfFor the Guardian Application instead, visit the Guardian Application page.

To learn more about volunteering, read about being a volunteer.

1. Volunteer Information

Honor Flight Southern Nevada (HFSN) would not be successful without the dedicated help provided by our volunteers. Assistance is needed and appreciated in many areas, including office/clerical, fundraising, and trip planning. Please consider the wide range of opportunities, as every bit helps.

Please read and initial the following statements prior to completing and submitting this online application.

Volunteer Information
Provide your name as shown on drivers license or gov't issued ID
You will be provide a Honor Flight Southern Nevada T-shirt to wear at our events.

2. Emergency Contact

2. Emergency Contact
Please provide who HFSN may contact in the event of an emergency.

3. Volunteer Service History

Military History
If yes, select one:
Please provide rank and branch served:
Please provide when you were in the service and where you were stationed:
A completed Veteran Application must be submitted by the Veteran.

4. Volunteer Details

If none, state so below:
Volunteer Opportunities
Check all that you are interested in:
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Personal References

5. Release

Please Read Carefully:
PLEASE REVIEW CAREFULLY AND SIGN: The undersigned acknowledges and agrees that: 1. As photographic and video equipment are frequently used to memorialize and document Honor Flight Southern Nevada (HFSN) and the Honor Flight Network (HFN) trips and events, his/her image may appear in a public forum, such as the media or a website, to acknowledge, promote or advance the work of HFSN and the HFN program. I hereby release the photographer and HFSN and the HFN from all claims and liability relating to said photographs. I hereby give permission for my images captured during HFSN and the HFN activities through video, photo, or other media, to be used solely for the purposes of HFSN and the HFN promotional material and publications, and waive any rights of compensation or ownership thereto. 2. I further state that medical insurance is the responsibility of the veteran, guardian, volunteer and I understand that HFSN and the HFN does NOT provide medical care. I understand that I accept all risks associated with travel and other HFSN and the HFN activities and will not hold HFSN and the HFN responsible for any injuries incurred by me while participating in the HFSN and the HFN program. *If under 18, parents/guardian must also sign and date below.

Being A Volunteer

Honor Flight Southern Nevada is a volunteer program created to honor our veterans for all they have sacrificed to make this a better world. Without the support of these volunteers, there is no way that we would be able to provide the opportunity to fly our heroes to Washington, D.C. to see the memorials created in their honor.

Examples of volunteer positions include sending off the veterans at the airport in the morning and welcoming them home at the end of the trip with a cheering reception; answering office phones and entering application info into the data system; mailing requested material and purchased merchandise; as well as contacting veterans and guardians to make arrangements based on our projected flight schedules.

If you would like to volunteer your services, please contact us. You can be a part of making our veterans’ dreams a reality. You can make a difference. Thank you for your support. Please go to the applications page and click on the volunteer application.

For further information, please contact us via phone or email.

To volunteer at the DC airports, please email the Airport Coordinators from Honor Flight Network for more information. You can find their emails on their webpage: www.honorflight.org

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