See below for approved volunteer opportunities for court-ordered volunteers. Use the filters to narrow your search and click on each opportunity to learn more. Once you`ve found the opportunity to volunteer, click Register on the Volunteering page. Inform the Volunteer Opportunities Manager that you need documents for your service before or at the beginning of your shift. When the hours are over, submit this sheet to court Below, some organizations that have already been reviewed by the court and offer opportunities for community service. There are two ways to find court-ordered volunteer opportunities. First, you can search for and sign up for approved volunteer opportunities directly from the research section at the bottom of this page. If you can`t find anything on our website that meets your needs, you can refer to the list below of organizations that accept court-ordered volunteers. If you represent an educational institution, government institution, non-profit organization or other organization that provides services to the general public, you can apply to be listed as a non-profit service provider of the court. Oregon Humane Society www.oregonhumane.org/get-involved/volunteer/mandated-service/ 503.285.7722, ext.
234 We review voluntary applications ordered by the court usually within 1 to 3 business days. If you have any questions, please call 773-247-3663 or email [email protected]. If you need to complete hours of community service, here are the ways Hands On Greater Portland can help you — we`ve found the following guidelines helpful: Oregon Food Bank www.oregonfoodbank.org/get-involved/volunteer/individuals-and-families/court-mandated/ 971.230.1672 Hands On Nashville serves as a resource for volunteers who need to complete court-ordered service — and helps people with meaningful opportunities that contribute to the community. Find a project: The easiest way to find service projects is to search for our calendar of opportunities. There you can search by date, impact area, location and more! If you follow the link above, we`ve already selected the court-appointed volunteer filter to make sure any opportunities you see are right for you. *Organizations may accept or reject court-ordered volunteers at their sole discretion. An arrest warrant may be issued if you do not complete your charity work hours and/or if you do not submit the timesheet to the court by the due date, or if a judge has not granted you an extension to prove completion. We have a few community partners who may be able to meet your charitable hours needs: Fill out the form below and submit it if you need court-ordered charity hours. When travelling, complete the Adult Community Services Timesheet (PDF, 323 KB). When writing service letters, we can only confirm your verified hours of service. We understand that it can be frustrating to wait for hours to be verified, especially if you need it quickly.
Please note that it usually takes between 5 and 7 business days for volunteer hours to be verified. If your hours are not reviewed within this time frame, please contact the organization directly. Hands On Atlanta can`t check your hours for projects we don`t manage. If this does not work either, please contact Hands On Atlanta, and we will notify the organization directly of the revision of the hours. The non-profit organizations that are authorized for charitable purposes ordered by the court are listed below. They are separated according to location. My New Red Shoes mynewredshoes.org/volunteerservice 503.451-3571 Cat Adoption Team catadoptionteam.org/volunteer/mandated-service/ 503.925.8903 Check out the following list for partner organizations that accept court-ordered volunteers. These organizations deal with a variety of causes, so we recommend finding one that is important to you. The organizations listed below accept court-ordered volunteers. Please call the organization directly for information and placements.
We recommend that you work directly with an agency where you can work multiple times or for longer shifts, depending on the hours you need to complete. Check out the list of organizations below, then contact them to see if they have any options available, or join the Multnomah County Community Service Work Team, which operates 7 days a week. For more information, contact Mary Lewis at 503.988.3007. You can also browse all our non-profit partners through our partner directory. Some organizations do not work or only to a limited extent with court-ordered volunteers. Be with them in advance and explain why you are calling. Hands On Greater Portland volunteers must sign a waiver for which they have never been convicted or charged: a violent crime, child abuse or neglect, child pornography, child abduction, abduction, rape or sexual offence, or ordered by a court to receive psychiatric or psychological treatment related to that crime. Also, don`t forget to sign up for the project as we won`t be able to verify your hours without a signature. Reviewing your hours is the only way to get a letter of service confirming your mandatory service, but we`ll talk about it in more detail in step four. You can do a maximum of 50 hours of community service at the food depot. This may be extended with the consent of the Volunteer Engagement Team.
If you don`t need hours for court-ordered service, you can sign up for a session in our volunteer calendar. Request a service letter: After you`ve completed all your hours, it`s time to request a service letter. Hands On Atlanta writes service letters once a week on Wednesdays. It is important to know this when it comes to an urgent request. Please plan accordingly. We send digitally certified letters, on Hands On Atlanta letterhead, with a signature. The last thing you need to do when serving is to have fun! Take the opportunity to do something good, meet other people and better understand the challenges facing our community. .