Court Ordered Community Service Georgia

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Do you need Community Service hours in Georgia ?

We have Court Ordered Community Service options in all major cities of Georgia. We will send you information for all programs we have available as well as instructions on how to contact these GA locations to start your Court Ordered Community Service. Enter your email below for more info. Community Service avaiable in: Atlanta, Columbus, Savannah, Sandy Springs, Macon, Roswell, Albany, Marietta, Warner, Robins, Smyrna, Valdosta, North Atlanta, Redan, Dunwoody, East Point, plus many others.

Woodland Restoration...

Woodland Restoration... Enlisting volunteers to help with everything else- tree and plant maintenance, plantings, repairs and beautification projects, etc. These projects help us enhance the park and make it safer and more inviting to park users. We will be pruning, pulling and piling invasive species that are overtaking the woodlands in Grant Park. Wear long pants, layers, and closed-toe shoes or boots. Wear clothes and shoes that you don’t mind getting dirty- we will be up to our elbows in vines and leaves and you will get dirty! Please bring a reusable water bottle. Court-ordered volunteers are permitted to serve. This project is not wheelchair accessible. This activity is labor-intensive, but very rewarding. You will clearly see the visual impact your work has done in the park.

Festival Volunteer....

Festival Volunteer.... Spring, summer and fall bring about great neighborhood festivals in Atlanta, attracting people from all around the metro area. Volunteering to share information by staffing the booth at these events – all while enjoying the festivities – is a fun way to connect the public

Flyer Distribution...

Flyer Distribution... We need help passing out our Free Fitness Flyers! This volunteer would need a car or feel comfortable navigating the city on a bike. Volunteers would pick up flyers at our office and then take them to a handful of locations and take a picture of the flyers placed at each site.

Where in Georgia can I do my court appointed community service?..

Just a few of the places and projects we have available in Georgia are listed on this page. We have many more available in Georgia plus several online opportunities. When you contact us you will receive additional information on all Court Ordered Community Service Projects currently available. Here are just a few of the places we have found community service projects for in Georgia...Atlanta GA, Fulton County, DeKalb County, Columbus GA, Savannah, College Park, East Point, Fairburn, Hapeville, Sandy Springs, Macon, Roswell, Albany, Marietta, Warner, Robins, Smyrna, Valdosta, North Atlanta, Redan, Dunwoody, Johnscreek, Milton, Mountain Park, Palmetto, Roswell, Union City, Duluth, Norcross, Lilburn, Tucker, Alpharetta, Decatur, Mableton, Morrow plus many others. Community service options are also available for locations outside of Georgia. When you sign up with CS101 you will be contacted by one of our Community Service helpers who will provide more instructions on your options and help you to get everything done as quickly and easily as possible. We will help you to complete your hours.

Online Community Service Options for Georgia ?

Online Community Service - Complete your Court Ordered Community Service hours in Georgia now. Some of these locations may have online work that you can complete from home. When you sign up with our Georgia Community Service program you will be able to choose your own location from a list of court approved and court ordered community service worksites located in Atlanta, Marietta and many other cities in Georgia. We will help you contact the worksite and keep track of your hours as required. We can also provide proof of service to the courts. You can contact as many locations or worksites as you like and you can combine hours at different locations if your court allows.

Getting started with community service in Georgia..

Before you begin working hours for court ordered community service, you should first make sure that the organization is approved by your court. Some courts will not permit community service at your school or church while others freely allow it. Your probation officer should be able to confirm that the 501 c(3) non-profit organization, that you have selected will meet your sentencing obligations. You will need to make sure that you maintain good records of every date and hour worked. You should also make sure that you sign in and out on the agency?s work log sheet if they provide one or our community service timesheet if the worksite does not have a timesheet. Be prepared to provide proof of your identity as well as papers to document what you have been convicted of. Some organizations will also require you to complete an application, a volunteer orientation, a test or sometimes even a health screening test for tuberculosis or other infectious diseases. Many courts in Georgia will mandate community service as a part of a sentence. Your lawyer might also request that the court permit you to perform community service instead of paying court fines if you are unable to afford the fines. Many non-profit organizations will accept court mandated volunteers but for safety, security, and liability reasons some worksites will not accept those with felony convictions or defendants who have committed violent crimes. Getting started with community service in Georgia..

Questions about Community Service ?

Although we would like to help everyone with Court Ordered Community Service Options, there are thousands of people currently struggling to find court ordered community service worksites and we just cannot respond to individual questions unless you have registered with us and paid for our program. Please review our list of Frequently Asked Questions first and if you cannot find your answer there please sign up for one of our programs and we can then provide help with all your community service questions. You can also contact us with questions after you have provided us with your email address and information about your case.

Email and Text

We use email and or text messages to send out info on community service. You will receive a welcome email when you enter and submit your email address from this page. Please be sure to respond back to this email and include all details about your case. We will make a file for you and any information you provide will allow us to help you find community service hours. Also include your cell phone number for text if available. You will need a reliable email account to send and receive all your Community Service assignments. We would suggest a gmail account. Be sure to write down your account name and password and check your email for new assignments daily for your Court Ordered Community Service.

Georgia Courts and Community Service Requirements..

Many courts in Georgia will mandate community service as a part of a sentence. Your lawyer might also request that the court permit you to perform community service instead of paying court fines if you are unable to afford the fines. Many non-profit organizations will accept court mandated volunteers but for safety, security, and liability reasons some worksites will not accept those with felony convictions or defendants who have committed violent crimes.

Where in Georgia can I find a place to volunteer?...

Finding a place to volunteer is not as easy as it might seem. If you are a juvenile, it can become even harder. Contact us by signing up for our Community Service program and we will help you get started with Court Ordered Community Service in Georgia. We currently have court approved worksites listed in all major cities plus several online opportunities.
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Community Women’s Kitchen Volunteers...

Community Women’s Kitchen Volunteers... Provide and serve lunch at our community kitchen, where we serve more than 20,000 meals each year to low income and homeless women and children

Mobile Food Distribution...

Mobile Food Distribution... We provides emergency assistance to S.W. Atlanta citizens facing crisis. Volunteers provide much needed resources that allow the agency to complete their mission in a cost efficient and orderly manner.
Volunteers will help with mobile food distribution. Tasks include: setup/breakdown staging area, packing/distributing food, & assisting recipients with packages.
Volunteers must be at least 16 years old to serve by themselves or at least 5 years old to serve with an adult. The project site is wheelchair accessible. Court ordered volunteers are permitted to serve. Volunteers should wear closed toe shoes and weather appropriate, comfortable clothes that can get dirty.

Food Pantry Assistance....

Food Pantry Assistance....Help to those in need so they may achieve stability and move toward self-sufficiency. Do you have a passion for helping others? We need your help in our Lakewood food pantry! Volunteers will help sort and process food donations to be distributed to clients. Primary Responsibilities: Sort, process and price donated food items to be placed on shelves Remove expired items from shelves Replenish refrigerators and freezers Prepare emergency bags for families and homeless persons DURING THE FOLLOWING TIME PERIODS: Monday: 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM

Farmers Market Set Up & Take Down....

Farmers Market Set Up & Take Down.... seeking volunteers to assist with set-up (7 AM - 9 AM) and take-down (1 PM - 2:30 PM) of the markets' booths. Each Sunday, we must load and unload an average of 40 vendors into the park with all of their equipment (tables, chairs, canopies, display materials) and all of their product in addition to the market information booth, community booths, and chef booths. Set up involves bringing equipment from vehicles loaded on carts to vendor spaces, setting up tents and tables, and putting out garbage containers and signs at the market. Take-down involves taking down the information booth set-up, assisting vendors with load out, and clean up of the market space. Requirements: This is physical work and volunteers should be able to push, pull and lift 30-50lbs. Wear closed toed or comfortable shoes Be prepared for inclement weather (rain, heat, cold).

Community Blitz....

Community Blitz....Improve the local and community assets through community services and resolution of blight in inner city neighborhoods. Through our community blitz volunteers will work on community gardens, removing illegally dumped tires, clearing public right of way, resolution of blight, working with youth as role models through service, and working with our senior and does 55 years population to do things such as install rain barrels, assist them with their local gardens, hosting community events like, neighborhood scavenger hunt, Streets Alive, National Night out and community run/walks/marathons

Court Ordered Community Service Georgia

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Court Ordered Community Service Georgia