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Community Service Work Site List
Name Contact Address Phone Hours Ages
Updated 02/17/2012
American Red Cross Jacar McCloud 1115 Easterwood Drive 32311 (850) 402-5620 Mon-Fri 8:30am- 4:30 pm 16 or older
Youth's Duties: Assembling packets, lawn work, and inventory.
 
America's Second Harvest of the Big Bend Tom Johnson 110 Four Points Way 32305 (850) 562-3033 Mon-Thurs 8am-5pm Fri. 8-1 must be over 16 or have supervision
Youth's Duties: sort through food donations, throw away expired products, re-box different food must be able to lift about 25 pounds. There is only room for 5 volunteers at a time. All volunteers must wear comfortable work clothes that are weather appropriate and closed toed shoes and well as leave all backpacks, purses, cell phones, and game devices at home.
 
FL Outdoors Disabled Assoc/Miracle Sports Ryan Sprague 2475 Apalachee Parkway (850) 201-2944 Thursdays 5:30pm-8:30pm & varying for special events 16 and under
Youth's Duties: set up/break down equipment, participate in volunteer training, cleaning, hanging signs and other various assignments. There is room for 4 volunteers at a time. All volunteers need to be mindful that they will be working with children with disabilities.
 
Goodwill Industries Gail Sherrod 300 Mabry Street (850) 576-7145 Mon-Sat 8-4:30 15 years or older
Youth's Duties: vary depending on skill set. NO SEXUAL / PHYSICAL BATTERY CHARGES, DRUG, or THEFT CHARGES. Volunteers must register at this location ONLY and then be placed at one of their many locations. All volunteers have to attend volunteer training and fill out a volunteer packet before beginning community service hours.
 
Lafayette Park Community Center Robert Hilaman 501 Ingleside Avenue 32301 (850) 891-3946 Mon-Fri 4pm-7pm 14 and older
Youth's Duties: custodial work. Interview may be requested at the discretion of the supervisor. RESPONSIBLE/RESPECTFUL JUVENILES WILL BE ALLOWED TO COMPLETE HOURS WITH CIVIL CITATIONS ONLY
 
Lawrence-Gregory Community Center at Dade Street Greg Grady (850) 891-3910 1115 Dade Street Mon-Fri 2-9pm, Sat 12N-6pm 14 and older
Youth's duties: custodial/maintenance, other duties at the discretion of supervisor. NO WEAPON, GRAND THEFT OR DRUG CHARGES
 
LeMoyne Art Foundation Ms. Ann 125 North Gadsden Street (850) 222-8800 Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm 16 and older
Youth Duties: custodial and yard work.
 
Lincoln Neighborhood Service Center Gwen Lucas or Patty Wallace 438 W. Brevard Street (850) 891-4180 Mon-Fri. 7:30am-8:00pm (some Sat.) 14 years or older
Youth's Duties: custodial, clerical duties, some youth might be asked to help with the after school programs. NO SEXUAL / PHYSICAL BATTERY CHARGES, DRUG, or THEFT CHARGES Young females will not be allowed to stay late if not accompanied by an adult.
 
Lucky Duck Resale for Autism Jean Josey 3244 N. Monroe St. 32303 (850)933-2883 Mon.-Sat. 10a.m.-6p.m 15 years or older
Youth's Duties: help customers, take in and sort donations, hang and price clothing, and basic cleaning. All volunteers are expected to bring drinks, snacks, and lunch because there are no vending machines at the store. NO CELL PHONES ARE ALLOWED
 
Palmer Munroe Teen Center Tomica Smith 1900 Jackson Bluff Road (850) 891-2568    
PLEASE TALK TO YOUR CASE MANAGER ABOUT SETTING UP COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS AT THIS SITE; THIS CENTER DOES NOT HAVE AN OPEN DOOR POLICY.
 
St. Thomas More Dasha Nixon 900 W. Tennessee Street 32316 (850) 222-9630 Monday-Friday 9-5 All ages welcomed
Youths Duties: cleaning, picking-up grounds, clerical, and setting up/breaking down furniture. NO ASSAULT OR BATTERY CHARGES. This is a religious based community site and there is only room for one volunteer at a time.
 
Tallahassee Junior Museum Mike Sullivan 3945 Museum Drive 850-576-1636 Mon-Sat. 9-5 Sunday 11-5 16 or older
Youth's Duties: outdoor maintenance. NO ABUSE CHARGES, SEX OFFENSES, OR CRIMES AGAINST ANIMALS. Wear closed-toe shoes and outdoor weather appropriate clothing.
 
Volunteer LEON Mathieu Cavell 918 Railroad Ave (850) 606-1970 2 to 4 hours per week 16+ with very limited 14+ at LeRoy Collins Main Library downtown
Youth's duties: Working with Leon County librarians to answer the needs of patrons. Duties include shelving books, maintaining book order, checking out computers to patrons, cleaning tasks, and sorting returned books and media. NO THEFT or SEX Offenses. Special Directions: Opportunity only available to youth who can commit to a three month term of service with no fewer than thirty hours to be served. All applicants must present for an orientation with parent or guardian. Usually no more than 3 volunteers at one time.
 
Walker Ford Community Center Joe Thomas 2301 Pasco Street 32310 (850)891-3970 M-Sat 2-5 and 7-10 14 years or older
Youth's Duties: clean up, maintenance, overall center operation including equipment maintenance & supervision. NO SEX OFFENSES. There is only room for 3 volunteers at a time.