Court-Ordered Service

The following volunteer opportunities have been listed as appropriate for court-ordered community service.
Interested in volunteering with Piedmont Farm Animal Refuge? We have a wide variety of volunteering opportunities available. Please contact us at info@piedmontrefuge.org Thank you!
We are actively recruiting individual volunteers for our weekday project crews, and to assist with other task supporting our work in the community. If you are interested in volunteering in an capacity, please contact us at : info@rebuildingtogethertriangle.org Thank you!
Come be a part of our team! Our reuse center welcomes all people interested in joining our community and volunteering at the resuse center.
Are you interested in supporting an organization that strengthens families and prevents child abuse? Are you "handy" around an office - filing, copying, answering calls? Do you enjoy a variety of tasks in a nonprofit setting? We need you!
Seeking volunteers from high schoolers to retirees! Great resume builder for students to help you secure credits to further your academic and professional career. Community members, this is a wonderful way to get out and do something that you will find fulfilling while giving back to your community.
The Arc of the Triangle has two garden beds at the HOPE Community Gardens where we grow food for our cooking class and flowers for our Petals with a Purpose program.
Petals with a Purpose uses recycles to create beautiful flower vases that are donated into the community each week as Acts of Random Compassion. Vases are donated to special events like the Special Olympics, Meals on Wheels and local food pantries.
Opportunity Filled! [Chapel Hill]
Do you love organizing and sorting? Then this is perfect for you! The Salvation Army Thrift Store is in need of energetic and positive volunteers to help us sort our donations as they come in, straighten shelves, put clothes on hangers, price items and many other things.
Your work at the Habitat ReStore helps fund homes being built through the Orange and Durham county Habitat affiliates. It is through the help of volunteers that we are able to make such a positive impact in our communities!
We are seeking individuals or groups to collect hygiene products by hosting a hygiene drive at work, school, church, with neighbors, or another group.
Come Dig in Our Garden! Every 2nd Saturday (9:30a-12pm) and 4th Wednesday (5:30-7pm) From April - October. Work on planting, weedng, mulching, and creative projects in the Alliance Community Garden.
The Administrative Assistant provides office support. Proficiency in Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, etc. Good oral/written communication, organizational skills and ability to work without supervision is required. Flexible schedule – approximately two 6-8 hour days a week.