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 the Volunteer Coordinator or any other staff member of the Food Bank.

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.