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Can I Buy Community Service Hours



Donating food or money to the North Texas Food Bank in place of community service hours is offered through the court/probation system. It is up to your individual probation office/court to approve this option and to determine the equivalency between a donation of food/money and the correct number of community service hours.




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If your court/parole officer or other community service contact has approved food donations in place of community service hours, you must make your donation in person, at our Perot Family Campus' HEB Canned Food Drop Off door. An NTFB staff member or volunteer will assist you and provide a receipt of your donation.


If your court/parole officer or other community service contact has approved monetary donations in place of community service hours, you must make your donation with cash or money orders in person. Checks and debit or credit cards are not accepted. Bring your cash or money order donation to the receptionist in the lobby of our Perot Family Campus and they will provide a receipt for your donation.


All volunteers contribute to our mission and our community. The Food Bank offers opportunities for individuals to volunteer and fulfill court-appointed service hours. You can learn more about these opportunities below.


All volunteers contribute to our mission and our community. The Food Bank offers opportunities for individuals to volunteer and fulfill court-appointed, pre-trial diversion, or probation service hours, or required hours for any other reason (school, service organization, etc.). You can learn more about these opportunities below.


If you are completing community service hours through a court system (that is not Travis County Adult Probation), through a pre-trial diversion program, or if you have any other mandated community service hours to fulfill, you may complete your hours volunteering with the Food Bank if your offense is not any of the following.


You may be able to donate funds in lieu of completing hours. To do this, you must be in compliance with the terms of your probation and your Probation Officer must initiate a referral for you to become eligible. Please talk to your Probation Officer for eligibility.


You may complete community service hours by volunteering in our Warehouse, Kitchen, or Garden. Only hours worked in one of these three programs are eligible for community service credit with TCAP. You will not receive TCAP credit for Mobile Food Pantry or other volunteer program hours.


Tell the Volunteer Engagement staff member at the check-in desk that you are here for your first day of TCAP volunteer service. We will verify that you are eligible to volunteer and ensure your account is correctly configured so that your hours are reported to TCAP. If you do not verify your registration, your volunteer hours may not be reported to TCAP.


Hours completed in our Warehouse, Kitchen, and Garden are tracked in your volunteer account. We report these hours on a weekly basis to TCAP, so there will be a delay from when you complete the hours to when your Probation Officer sees them.


You may complete community service hours by volunteering in our Warehouse, Kitchen, or Garden. Only hours worked in one of these three programs are eligible for community service credit with Travis County Drug Court. You will not receive Travis County Drug Court credit for Mobile Food Pantry or other volunteer program hours.


Tell the Volunteer Engagement staff member at the check-in desk that you are here for your first day of Travis County Drug Court volunteer service. We will verify that you are eligible to volunteer and ensure your account is correctly configured so that your hours are reported to Travis County Drug Court. If you do not verify your registration, your volunteer hours may not be reported to TCAP.


Hours completed in our Warehouse, Kitchen, and Garden are tracked in your volunteer account. We report these hours on a weekly basis to Travis County Drug Court, so there will be a delay from when you complete the hours to when your Probation Officer sees them.


You may complete community service hours by volunteering in our Warehouse, Kitchen, or Garden, or by volunteering at a Mobile Food Pantry. All volunteers (including children and guardians) self-register for shifts online.


The 100-hour requirement of community service in DCPS may be completed at 501(c)(3) organizations, schools, federal or local agencies, or other organizations if it is non-paying voluntary service for the benefit of the community. Students must also properly document their community service hours by submitting a signed, complete community service form to earn community service hours that count towards the graduation requirement.


Community partners interested in sharing community service opportunities with DCPS students should email the School Counseling Team at [email protected]. Opportunities may be completed at 501(c)(3) organizations, schools, federal or local agencies, or other organizations if it is non-paying voluntary service for the benefit of the community.


*Summer semester/trimester deadlines only apply to students attending a TCAT or students choosing to enroll full time in a summer semester at a community college or eligible four-year institution. Only students attending a TCAT may utilize TN Promise in the summer term directly following high school graduation and must meet the April 1 deadline.**Students attending South College are required to submit 8 hours prior to each quarter. Contact tnachieves@tnachieves.org for specific deadlines.***Class of 2023 high school seniors can begin working on their first 8 hours on November 2, 2022, which is the day after the TN Promise application closes.


Students can complete virtual community service. tnAchieves created over 30 virtual community service webinars. Each webinar viewed counts as an hour of community service. You do not have to submit hours obtained via webinar as they will be automatically applied.


All community service hours must be submitted through the community service online form found here. After submitting your community service hours, you will receive a confirmation email. Keep in mind, it is YOUR responsibility to submit your hours. Your supervisor is not responsible for submitting your community service hours.


In order to get credit for your service, you must log your hours on the HC Serves form. On the form, you will need to include the name of a supervisor or advisor who can verify that you completed your service; they may be contacted to confirm your service with them. You can either submit one form with the total hours of service at each site, or you can log your hours individually per session.


The HC Serves Leadership Team is a student-led group that provides Honors College students with community service opportunities based on the service learning model and the integration of learning objectives with community service, while upholding the HC mission of curiosity, knowledge, and purpose. The HC Serves Leadership Team creates various community service opportunities for social issues such as healthcare inequality, education, environment, social wellness, and social justice, among other things. All programs held by the HC Serves Leadership Team can be found here. You may also join the HC Serves GroupMe, in which you can be updated on upcoming HC Serves events and other community service initiatives.


One of the functions of the SVC is to oversee the recording of community service hours. In order to ensure that students are completing meaningful community service hours, we have created the following guidelines. We recognize that there may be situations where it is difficult to determine whether or not an activity meets the requirements to be classified as service, and we encourage students to email volunteer.center@okstate.edu with any questions or concerns.


Students that have questions about where their hours fall may contact the Student Volunteer Center by email (volunteer.center@okstate.edu) or by phone (405-744-5145). In the event that your hours are denied and you believe that those hours should have been approved, you may contact the Student Volunteer Center. The SVC reserves the right to approve/deny hours at the office's discretion and to change the above guidelines as needed.


Since 1973, the Court Referral Program (CRP) has been providing courts, probation departments, and judicial officers with a viable option of community service as an alternative to fines and/or incarceration for misdemeanor offenders in Orange County.


During sentencing, you chose the option of completing community service instead of paying a fine or going to jail. The fee offsets the cost of processing your case at OneOC. It covers the time for the interview, monitoring, follow-up, and reporting back to the courts. OneOC is not compensated by the justice center for these services.


7. If you are transferring your service out of state, Click here to download these additional instructions and read carefully, there are several additional steps you will need to do to transfer your service out of state.


A judge often has the authority to sentence a defendant to court-ordered community service. In theory, it helps charitable organizations, lightens the load on jails and probation departments, and gives defendants a chance to give back to the local community. In this type of alternative sentence, a judge orders a criminal offender to perform work in the community as an alternative to paying fines or spending time in jail.


Court-ordered community service can also accompany some other form of alternative sentencing, such as suspended sentences, probation terms, fines, deferred adjudication, or pretrial diversion. Non-violent offenders and people with little or no criminal history are typically eligible candidates for court-ordered community service. It is not always available to all defendants, and usually a judge is given plenty of discretion in whether to order community service or not. 041b061a72


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