The Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry’s Court-Ordered Community Service Program is for individuals who need to complete hours as ordered by a judge. Offenses requiring an individual to serve court-ordered community service may be completed at the Aurora Food Pantry. All individuals with court-ordered community service hours must:
- Be at least 14 years old. Participants under the age of 18 must have a completed Parental Consent Form upon arrival.
- Attend a one-hour orientation session. (This hour counts toward your community service.) Orientation is held every other week on Wednesday from 2:00 – 3:00 PM, unless there is a holiday or closure. To schedule your orientation, please email Marcy Robles, Volunteer Coordinator, or call (630) 692-3056.
- Must provide a valid photo ID and court documents outlining case number(s) and charge(s).
- If you come to orientation without the items listed above, you will need to leave and reschedule.
- If you have been charged with a violent or sexual offense, you will not be permitted to work at the Aurora Food Pantry and will need to seek community service opportunities elsewhere.
The Court-Ordered Program is separate from our volunteer program.