La. R.S. 9:2792.3
Liability: Nonprofit Director, Officer, Trustee, or Volunteer
A director, officer, trustee, or volunteer worker of a nonprofit organization, who, in good faith and within their scope of duties, implements policy or manages affairs, will not be held legally responsible for damages. They can be held legally responsible for acting with intent to cause harm.
Limitation of liability of director, officer, trustee, or volunteer worker for incorporated and unincorporated nonprofit organization; civic or historical purpose
A person who serves as a director, officer, trustee or volunteer worker for any nonprofit organization, whether incorporated or unincorporated, including but not limited to an organization whether incorporated or not, which sponsors a fair or festival, or any nonprofit historical organization, whether incorporated or not, which is organized for civic or historical purposes, whether he serves with or without compensation for such services shall not be individually liable for any act or omission resulting in damage or injury arising out of the exercise of his judgment in the formation and implementation of policy, or arising out of the management of affairs, while acting as a director, officer, trustee or volunteer worker of that organization, provided he was acting in good faith and within the scope of his official functions and duties, unless such damage or injury was caused by his willful or wanton misconduct.