Register as a court-ordered volunteer

Volunteer at the Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma to satisfy your court-ordered service hours.
When you sign up as a court-ordered volunteer with the Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, you’re working with a non-profit organization that serves 24 counties throughout eastern Oklahoma and partners with more than 600 local agencies and programs. Submit this form to request a shift and begin your volunteer service.

FAQ for Court-Ordered Volunteers

Find answers to your questions about satisfying your court-ordered service hours by volunteering at Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma.

The Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma accepts volunteers who are satisfying court-ordered community service hours for nonviolent offenses. We offer a variety of volunteering opportunities, from sorting and packing food to working with our maintenance and warehouse teams.

Once you complete the court-ordered registration form, our team will inform you on how we will record and validate your volunteer hours for court purposes.

We assess eligibility for court-ordered volunteering on a case-by-case basis. Please note that individuals with current or past charges related to assault, sexual crimes, or larceny are not eligible for our court-ordered volunteering opportunities.

To sign up as a volunteer, use our court-ordered registration form. If you have any questions, contact:

Teressia Kehr

Please note that you must initiate the process by completing the court-ordered registration form and NOT by registering through our Volunteer Hub. You will not receive credit for your service hours unless you complete the form.

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