COURT-ORDERED COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAM
Community service is the act of using our time and energy
to help our community.
It includes helping people in need,
such as the poor, infirm, elderly, young... etc.
Community service also includes helping animals,
the environment, and participating in civic activities.
DBFA is proud to provide the opportunity
to perform community service duties.
We give you the opportunity to hit two great targets:
finish your hours & help people in need.
COURT-ORDERED COMMUNITY SERVICE CANDIDATES
COMPLETE THEIR HOURS.
We offer different assignments and options to complete
community service hours in a timely manner.
We have projects designed for working people,
that can be performed on flexible dates and times.
Details can be provided at the Presentation Meeting.
Depending on our availabilities,
various services can be completed at different locations.
We need to personally meet all Community Service candidates
before taking the request into consideration.
Please make an appointment:
Call Credo at: 770-905-2866
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Daily Bread For All, Inc. is a Community Service provider
accredited by Probation Agencies and Courts in Georgia and the U.S.
Our program will help you settle your legal case.
We value the hours you will give back to the community
by participating in our actions
towards the homeless and people in need.
The main goal of a Community Service Sentence is to have a defendant
perform positive duties in the good interest of their community.
Daily Bread For All, Inc. offers a program that gives you the opportunity to kill two birds with one stone: it will help you settle your legal issues, and it will give you a chance to get involved and create a positive influence in your community. You will be able to complete your hours in a program that fits into your schedule.
We believe that 'help feed people" is one of the best ways
to serve and create a positive impact in the community.
WHAT IS A COMMUNITY SERVICE ORDER?
"A sentencing option for persons convicted of crimes in which the court orders
the defendant to perform a number of hours of unpaid work
for the benefit of the public."
West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc.
All rights reserved.
HOW CAN WE HELP?
If you have been ordered Community Service by the Court,
then our program can assist you finish your hours!
WHAT IS YOUR NEXT STEP?
♣ Register with our Organization
♣ Execute your required hours
♣ Get an official verification letter on our letterhead
♣ Turn paperwork into your Probation Officer or the Court
♣ You're done!
Thank you for your interest in our community service program.