Frequently asked questions
Court Ordered Volunteer- What charges are not accepted?
Is there an age restriction?
Court Ordered Volunteer- What paperwork is required?
Who to contact regarding community service?
Court Ordered Volunteer- Any other info needed?
All Court-Appointed Volunteers are required to come into the office in person for a brief orientation. The orientation consists of filling out the Community Service Form, signing the M.I. Lewis Waiver, creating Sign-In Sheet, and a training on how to sign up for shifts.
Are there any dress code requirements?
No loose or baggy clothing
No dangling jewelry (charm bracelets, long necklaces or earrings)
No flip-flops, sandals or slip-on shoes
Closed toe shoes only
No sheer or revealing clothing.
No tank tops, spaghetti strap top, or strapless tops.
Group Volunteers- What if my group cannot attend our volunteer date?
Please email the Food Pantry Supervisor as soon as possible to free those spots, so others can volunteer with us.
Group Volunteers- What's needed to schedule a group volunteering opportunity?
Group Volunteers- Are there any other forms needed?
Group Volunteers- How many people are considered a group?
Group Volunteers- What is the max size for groups allowed?
At this time, there is not a maximum size of groups, but it will vary with open availability.