Volunteer Feedback Survey

A volunteer feedback survey is a kind of a survey or written questionnaire that is distributed to volunteers of a certain program or event so as to get their opinions about the volunteering duties, level of work, and treatment by authorities etc. These types of surveys are used to get a common feedback of the volunteers and evaluate their opinions to assess the overall satisfaction level. Given below is a sample of one such volunteer feedback survey that can be used by you for reference purpose.

Sample Volunteer Feedback Survey:

Name of volunteer:

Gender of volunteer:

Age of volunteer:

Do you represent a school/college/institute: ________ [yes/no?]

Address of volunteer:

Contact number of volunteer

The following is a volunteer feedback questionnaire which is a part of our survey. Please help us by responding to the questions in the spaces provided.

Q1. How did you get to know about the program for which you volunteered?

a)      Advertisement

b)      Online

c)      From a friend/relative

d)     Other course (please specify)

Q2. How many days of volutneering work did you perform?


Q3. Which part of the program were you part of during the volunteering?


Q4. Were you satisfied with the amount of work you were given to do?

a)      Yes, very satisfied

b)      Quite satisfied

c)      I wanted to do more work than I was given

d)     I was overloaded with work

Q5. Were you satisfied with the hours of work you had to do?

a)      Yes

b)      No

Q6. Were you satisfied with the level or quality of work that you were asked to do?

a)      Yes

b)      No

Q7. Did you feel like you were contributing to a good cause while doing the volunteering?

a)      Yes

b)      No

Q8. How was your overall volunteering experience in this program?


Q9. Were you treated properly by the authorities?

a)      Yes

b)      No

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