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I am afraid so. Volunteers are not owed anything by the company unless it is via contract
(and most volunteers do not work on contracts that "guarantee" their time with the company). As such, volunteers may be let go by the company at the discretion of the company, for any reason
, generally speaking.
This is true whether or not the power to let someone go is formally or not formally vested in the President. Provided that he is acting with granted authority by the company, he can make this decision.
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