Today recruitment, organization and maintenance of volunteer are the goals in sport management and human resources. The purpose of this study was to survey motivational factors, satisfaction and burnout among sporting volunteers in Iran. The population of this research consisted of 260 volunteers of sport associations in Fars province. 74 individuals were selected as the sample of this study by cluster sampling. In this survey, we used four questionnaire (burnout questionnaire was developed by Pines (1984) and consisted of 21 items, motivation of volunteers questionnaire was developed by Kulik (2007) and consisted of 27 items, satisfaction questionnaire of Omoto and Synder (1995) and demographic Questionnaire. The reliability was measured by alpha Cronbach (r=0.81, 0.87, 0.75) at P=0.05. The data were analyzed by the descriptive method and hypotheses were tested by MANOVA and correlation. The findings showed that family-support factor was scored as highest and appreciation factor as lowest among volunteers. There was a significant relationship between empowerment and family-support, perceived rewards, appreciation. Also, satisfaction and burnout were higher in females than males. There was a significant relationship between empowerment, lack of appreciation and perceived rewards to satisfaction. The results also showed a significant relationship between religion, empowerment, perceived rewards and lack of appreciation to burnout.