Reimbursement Process [Revisited]

Crypto for the Homeless | Reimbursement Process Model

Today, we will explore a process that takes place frequently: Reimbursement.


The process model below depicts the interaction between a Volunteer and the Crypto for the Homeless organization during the volunteer reimbursement process.

Process Model showing activities and interactions between a Volunteer and the CFTHL entity during reimbursement.

The Volunteer and CFTHL entity are placed within their own pools, and the communication between the pools is represented by the message flow, which are the dashed lines running between the activities.

Sample Interaction

A sample collaboration of the interactions between a Volunteer entity and the Crypto for the Homeless entity is shown below.

1

The Volunteer accesses the organization’s website & applies to work.
Crypto for the Homeless displays the website and its contents.

2

The Volunteer completes their mission by purchasing food & goods for the homeless and needy persons in their community and delivers those goods by hand.

3

The Volunteer completes their volunteer form and uploads all proof of work.

4

The CFTHL team will check the volunteer-provided footage for accuracy and criteria before approving the work for reimbursement.

5

Crypto for the Homeless settles the reimbursement, records the deduction in The Books*, and confirms the refund to the volunteer. The Volunteer receives their refund.

6

Crypto for the Homeless updates it’s content.



[*] The Books is the document where Crypto for the Homeless publicly records its donations and spending. The Flyer is used by volunteers to spread awareness and proof of work!


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