The Food Bank of Delaware will accept volunteers performing court-ordered community service. Volunteers who are performing court-ordered community service must disclose the nature of their conviction to FBD staff at Volunteer@fbd.org prior to signing up for volunteer events.
The Food Bank will not accept volunteers who have been convicted of violent crimes, crimes of a sexual nature or identity theft crimes. Also the Food Bank reserves the right to decline any volunteer or to limit which days or hours a volunteer can work.
All court-ordered volunteers must sign the “Volunteer Policies and Procedures” prior to beginning assigned tasks. The Food Bank may also set certain pre-conditions for a court-ordered volunteer to work, such as requiring an adult chaperone for a juvenile. The Food Bank also reserves the right to dismiss a volunteer at any time during their scheduled time. Court-ordered volunteers are responsible for tracking their own hours.