Waiver and Liability Form for Christian Women's Retreats
Loving Christ Ministries
Recently, I received an email from a ministry leader asking if I had a waiver and release of liability form she could use. While we hadn't used a specific form before, I knew having one was a good idea.
I researched and wrote and ended up with a template that you can customize for your own retreats. Keep in mind, I'm not a lawyer, so this isn't truly a legal document. If you want to make sure you have something legally binding, be sure to discuss it with your lawyer.
However, if your goal is to make sure you have in writing that they understand any risks and responsibilities plus get permission for use of images, this template will help.When you purchase and download, you'll receive a PDF document with a link to your customizable template.
You do have to have a FREE Google account to use these templates.
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