Community Service

whether you want to give back or pay it forward, volunteering is rewarding with habitat tucson

We welcome volunteers in need

For those who need to complete school, group, religious, service-related community service and select court-ordered community restitution.

Our volunteers helped Habitat for Humanity to build and repair homes in and around the Tucson community.

Habitat for Humanity Tucson welcomes volunteers who need to complete school, group, religious, service-related community service and select court-ordered community restitution.

School/Service Related

For school community service hours or opportunities please email us at volunteer@habitattucson.org for more detailed information. We have plenty of opportunities available from elementary to college!

Court-Ordered Community Restitution

Volunteers are welcome at Habitat Tucson to fulfill court-mandated community service hours. Court ordered community service volunteers are obligated to abide by the same rules and uphold the same standards as regular volunteers. In addition, here are the supplementary mandatory rules for court ordered volunteers:

  • Each court ordered volunteer must complete a paper waiver in addition to creating an online volunteer profile.
  • Each court ordered volunteer must complete a Community Service Agreement. add link here
  • Prior to volunteering, the individual must present a photo ID, court documents or citation number stating the offense for which they have been assigned mandated service for to the Volunteer Coordinator for approval.
  • Habitat Tucson cannot accommodate violent, sexual, or theft charges. Approval of any additional charges is at the discretion of the Volunteer Coordinator.
  • In addition to using the Habitats volunteer registration portal, the court ordered volunteer must have their paper timesheet signed off on at the conclusion of each shift.
  • The court ordered volunteer must present their paper timesheet to the Volunteer Coordinator at the conclusion of their service so that the Volunteer Coordinator can reconcile their hours in the database and complete a service letter for the volunteer if needed
  • Each court ordered volunteer must complete a minimum of one complete volunteer shift a week.
  • The Volunteer Coordinator is not obligated to maintain a minimum number of volunteer opportunities for court ordered community service volunteers

In addition to the above rules, there may be additional requirements depending on the area you volunteer in.

Documentation

Documentation of completed hours is available. Please provide Volunteer Resources two (2) days’ notice when a confirmation letter is needed.

For Court Ordered Service, prior to volunteering, the individual must present a photo ID, court documents or citation number stating the offense for which they have been assigned mandated service for to the Volunteer Coordinator for approval.

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