Uplift Dawah Core Volunteer Agreement

In order to be a Core Volunteer of Uplift Dawah (“UD”) in your country or region, you must indicate your agreement to the terms below by completing and signing this agreement and returning it to Uplift Dawah by emailing a signed and dated copy to [email protected].

1 Uplift Dawah Core Volunteer Program is open to anyone who is:

  • a) A Muslim in good standing in their local community.
  • b) Passionate about Dawah.
  • c) Knowledgeable of the Uplift Dawah organization, its mission, its programs, and its community.

2 As a UD Core volunteer you agree to take on the following responsibilities:

  • a) Represent UD in your country/region.
  • b)Promote UD and mission..
  • c) Build on and support existing/future local UD community efforts and programs.
  • d) Inspire, recruit, and support new volunteers.
  • e) Support and mentor future UD Core volunteers.
  • f) Document with detail all of your activities.

3 You agree that, as a UD Core Volunteer:

  • a) You are not an employee or agent of Uplift Dawah and cannot represent yourself as such.
  • b)You are an authorized volunteer of Uplift Dawah and authorized only to speak on topics I have been authorized for as a part of my volunteer role.
  • c) You are not authorized to enter Uplift Dawah, its chapters, or affiliates into any binding agreement.
  • d) You cannot engage in any activities that violate the laws of your locale, Uplift Dawah’s policies, or the rights of any group or individual.
  • e) You will behave in a professional and Islamic manner when acting as an Uplift Dawah volunteer.
  • f) You may not use the Uplift Dawah brand or trademarks without the prior consent of the Uplift Dawah Board of Directors or designee (except in materials provided to you by Uplift Dawah), and any such permitted use is limited to fulfilling your responsibilities under this agreement.
  • g) Your responsibilities under this agreement are not transferable to any other person or group.
  • h) Uplift Dawah has a right to terminate this agreement and your involvement in Uplift Dawah activities at any time for any reason. Similarly, you may terminate this agreement and your involvement in Uplift Dawah activities at any time. Certain terms of the Uplift Dawah Non-Disclosure Agreement shall survive any termination of this agreement as set forth in the Non-Disclosure Agreement.
  • i) You agree to the terms of, and will comply with the Uplift Dawah Non-Disclosure Agreement attached as Exhibit A.
  • j) If you are granted access to Uplift Dawah technology assets and systems then you agree to the terms of and will comply with the Uplift Dawah Technology Use Agreement attached as Exhibit B.
  • k) You confirm that at the time of signing this agreement, you are at least 18 years of age or your parent or guardian has co-signed this agreement and agrees to the terms herein.
  • l) You confirm that you are competent in entering into this contract.


Confidentiality Agreement for Uplift Dawah Volunteers

In order for you to have access to confidential information about Uplift Dawah or any Uplift Dawah partners, and in order to become an Uplift Dawah NDA Volunteer, you must acknowledge your understanding and agreement with the conditions in this confidentiality agreement (also referred to as a non-disclosure agreement, “NDA”). This NDA forms a legal agreement between you and Uplift Dawah.

1 Scope

Uplift Dawah as a non-profit is committed to being as transparent as possible. Sometimes, however, certain information is not intended to be public and is to be treated as confidential (“Confidential Information”). During the course of your volunteering, you may receive Confidential Information as part of your activities for Uplift Dawah (“Activities”). The purpose of this NDA is to explain what information is considered Confidential Information, your obligations with respect to Confidential Information, and whom you should contact if you have questions or suspect a leak of Confidential Information.

2 How do you know if information is Confidential Information?

You’ll know information is Confidential Information if:

  • a) The person disclosing the information tells you that the information is confidential;
  • b)There is a notation on the email, document or material to indicate that the information is confidential; or
  • c) The information is not public and made available in an internal Uplift Dawah meeting to which you are invited, or is made available to you through a permission-required or password-required online document, intranet, or other form of access restriction.

Some examples of Uplift Dawah Confidential Information include:

  • Unannounced marketing and communications materials related to Uplift Dawah campaigns (including partners, dates and plans);
  • Non-public source code or assets;
  • Metrics and dashboards on performance that are labeled confidential or access restricted;
  • Data related to Uplift Dawah Board Members, volunteers, staff, contractors, vendors, partners (including contact information, profile information, server logs, etc.); and
  • Discussions on Uplift Dawah and partners shared in any internal organization meetings for Uplift Dawah Board of Directors and UD Core Volunteers.

If you’re unsure if information is Confidential Information, ask the person who you received the information from before sharing or acting on the information. You can always email [email protected] if you are unsure.

3 What are your obligations when handling Confidential Information?

You will not publicly disclose or share the Confidential Information with any other persons, except with other Uplift Dawah Board of Directors, staff, contractors, or volunteers under a NDA with Uplift Dawah as noted below.

You will:

  • a) Only share the Confidential Information if the person disclosing the information tells you that it can be shared;
  • b) Only share the Confidential Information with the specific group or individuals Uplift Dawah authorizes you to share with; and
  • c) Use appropriate judgement and access restrictions to prevent unauthorized disclosure.

4. When do your obligations end?

Your obligations continue for as long as the information remains confidential, even if this NDA ends. Only when the information is publicly announced or made publicly available by Uplift Dawah (or its partners) is the information no longer considered Confidential Information. If you’re unsure, ask the persons who provided you with the Confidential Information or email [email protected]

5. When does this NDA end?

This NDA lasts for two years from the date of your acceptance of this NDA. After two years, you may receive a notification to renew this NDA. Renewal would be appropriate if, at the time of renewal, you meet the following criteria: (a) you are still an active volunteer and (b) you may have access to Confidential Information as part of your Activities. If the NDA ends and is not renewed, you will be removed from certain channels of communication in which Confidential Information is shared (for example, monthly organization meetings on Zoom or certain email distribution lists). If, for any reason, you have continued access to Confidential Information, you remain under an obligation to keep such information confidential. If you receive Confidential Information after the expiration of this NDA, you will notify the person disclosing the information that you should not have received the information. You can email[email protected] to stop receiving Confidential Information or to end this NDA prior to the two year expiration date.

6. What else do you need to know?

Here are a few other key terms that you should be aware of:

  • a) you understand that your breach of this NDA may cause immediate and irreparable injury to Uplift Dawah due to the potentially unique nature of the Confidential Information;
  • b) you are not authorized to bind Uplift Dawah in any way, or sign any agreements on behalf of Uplift Dawah;
  • c) you are not an employee or agent of Uplift Dawah and cannot represent yourself as such;
  • d) this NDA is not transferable to any other person;
  • e) this NDA is governed and construed in accordance with Washington law in the United States of America, without regard to its conflict of law principles;
  • f) this NDA constitutes the entire agreement between you and Uplift Dawah on the subject matter herein and supersedes all previous and related communications relating to the subject matter herein.


Uplift Dawah Technology Use Agreement

In order for you to have access to Uplift Dawah technology systems (including but not limited to GSuite, Social Media Accounts, Electronic Records, Constituent Relationship Management System, Account Systems etc.) you must indicate your understanding and agreement with the terms in this Technology Use Agreement. This technology use agreement forms a legal agreement between you and Uplift Dawah.

1 Scope

Uplift Dawah in order to operate efficiently has volunteers, contractors and staff who use technology for organizational tasks. For our hardware and other types of technology to remain valuable to the organization, all volunteers, contractors and staff must follow certain terms of use. This agreement establishes a legal agreement between you and Uplift Dawah.

A. Rules for Technology Use

    Downloads and System Setting

  • A. Since audio, video, and picture files take a large amount of space and bandwidth on the server, they are not allowed to be downloaded unless they are business related
  • B. Unauthorized installation of software is prohibited. All installations of software that lack approval of the Director of Technology are unauthorized.
  • C. The organization’s software may not be copied, altered or transmitted without authorization of the Director of Technology.

    Use of Emails

  • A. Your email is not secure or private. Emails that you send can be viewed by people other than those you meant to send it to.
  • B. Do not use your Uplift Dawah email to engage in personal use or business not associated with Uplift Dawah.
  • C. Do not use personal or work emails to communicate with anyone about Uplift Dawah business. You should use Uplift Dawah email only for Uplift Dawah related business.
  • D. Emails with attachments from unknown senders should be deleted without opening.
  • E. You will make every effort to regularly check email and respond to it in a timely manner.

    Security and Data Handling

  • A. Any information surrounding volunteers, donors, organization affairs or chapter affairs should be stored in access restricted systems such as CRM or GSuite and should not be stored on your personal or work computer or phone.
  • B. You are responsible for keeping sensitive information secure if you have questions about this email [email protected]
  • C. No person shall access a computer, files, or applications belonging to another Uplift Dawah volunteer without that individual’s consent

    Computer Use

  • All computer users are to use those resources professionally, ethically, and lawfully. You are given access to these computers for use on your job. Any activity that falls outside of that scope is prohibited.
  • B. Computer users are responsible for keeping backups of UD-related files on their local hard drive in case of any type of technology failure.
  • C. Technology may not be used to access any material that may be seen as offensive by others.
  • D. Use technology only for Uplift Dawah business purposes. Do not utilize technology for personal use or for personal business use.


  • A) Technology systems and resources are exclusively the property of the organization.
  • B. Uplift Dawah technology users should not maintain personal information on premises or store or transmit personal information using the organization’s network, equipment or facilities outside of the scope of their responsibilities or tasks.

    Technology Compliance

  • A) The Director of Technology will audit any and all technology systems and resources on a routine basis in order to ensure compliance with this agreement.
  • B. UD Staff and volunteers using technology systems and resources must inform the Director of Technology of any computer damage, virus, data loss, equipment failure, software bugs or technology security risks they identify.