If you have been sanctioned to hours of community restitution, here are your options:
1. Check out the following programs. If you are interested in one of the programs, email the council contact for that program. They will be able to provide you with more information, such as program times.
Downtown Greens: If you love gardening and are interested in beautifying our community, this program is for you. Help make Fredericksburg beautiful!
Environmental Awareness and Action: Interested in helping the environment or educating the public on how to save the Earth? This program integrates environmental projects including river cleanups and collaboration with the Ecology club.
Food Bank: Help feed the needy by volunteering once a week at the Fredericksburg Area Food Bank by organizing food shelves and preparing care packages.
Food Recovery Program: This is the second year for this program. The volunteers in this program work with the Dining Services on campus, collecting food after hours and donating it to the hungry and homeless in the area.
Click here to see more information regarding Community Restitution.
Q: I want to do a service project that isn’t listed. Can I use that for my hours?
A: If the service project is not listed, then you will have to have it approved by Dr. Tuttle.
Q: I did service hours recently, can I count those?
A: No, past service hours do not count.