Community service

MAD21.org serves as a resource for volunteers that are ordered to complete community service by the court. Keep in mind there are many benefits to volunteering, mainly contributing to meaningful opportunities and purposes that help make the community a better place.

 

  • MAD21.org reserves the right to accept or reject court-ordered volunteers. Type of offense or volunteer age may be factors that prevent acceptance.                                                                  

  • We do NOT accept walk-in volunteers.                                                                                             

  • Service hours are provided for minor offenses. Absolutely no violent offenses.                                                                                                                                

  • Examples of some acceptable offenses are school orders, housing orders, DUI, or traffic violations.                                                                                                                                              

  • You must provide court paperwork before starting. Contact Wilmecia Robinson at wilmeciarobinson@mad21.org or call (615) 638-0532. Monday-Saturday, possibly Sunday during an event. Office hours are 9:00am - 5:30pm.                                                                         

  •  Volunteer opportunities are available for individuals with advanced skills and experience in writing grants, editing, grant research, internet research, or creative design.                                                                                                                             

  • Service letters are provided after the total number of hours agreed to are completed.



 

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424 Church Street Suite 2000

Nashville, TN 37219

Tel: 888-486-2321

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