Donations for Court-Ordered Community Service
Alternative to Community Service Hours
Donating food or money to the North Texas Food Bank in place of community service hours is offered through the court/probation system. It is up to your individual probation office/court to approve this option and to determine the equivalency between a donation of food/money and the correct number of community service hours.
NTFB does not have any knowledge or influence over this amount. All donations must be made in person at our Perot Family Campus in Plano.
Food Donation Requirements
If your court/parole officer or other community service contact has approved food donations in place of community service hours, you must make your donation in person, at our Perot Family Campus' HEB Canned Food Drop Off door. An NTFB staff member or volunteer will assist you and provide a receipt of your donation.
Monetary Donation Requirements
If your court/parole officer or other community service contact has approved monetary donations in place of community service hours, you must make your donation with cash or money orders in person. Checks and debit or credit cards are not accepted. Bring your cash or money order donation to the receptionist in the lobby of our Perot Family Campus and they will provide a receipt for your donation.