WORKSHEET: READING STRATEGY YOUNGBLOOD: ENGLISH 2
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Community Service Options
What is community service? As yourself these questions to determine if your activity qualifies as community service.
You should be able to answer “Yes!” to all the questions!
1. Did the community-at-large benefit in ways that could not have happened otherwise?
2. Did you give service to those less fortunate, sick, etc.?
3. Did your service just take the place of what is usually paid work (NOT community service) or did your service
provide something that would not have been there otherwise?
4. Did your service have a significant impact on others?
5. Do you feel your time and talents were valuable to others?
Habitat for Humanity Orlando http://habitat-orlando.org
Frontline Outreach: http://www.fl-o.org
Relay for Life (American Cancer Society): http://www.cancer.org
Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida: http://www.cflhomeless.org
Ronald McDonald House of Central Florida: http://www.rmhccf.org
Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida: http://foodbankcentralflorida.org
UCP of Central Florida: http://www.ucpcfl.org
Autism Speaks: http://www.autismspeaks.org
BETA Center: http://www.betacenter.org
Bread of Life Fellowship: http://www.breadoflifefellowship.com/
Toys for Tots: http://www.toysfortots.org/
Mustard Seed Florida: http://www.mustardseedfla.org/
March of Dimes: http://www.marchofdimes.com/
Disabled American Veterans: http://www.marchofdimes.com/
Foundation for Foster Children: http://foundationforfosterchildren.org
There are TONS of organizations out there for children, veterans, veterans’ children, homeless people, single moms &
kids, food programs, health concerns (cancer, breast cancer, diabetes, etc.), autism, illiteracy, genocide, and much, much
more. HOWEVER, please choose an organization that has relevance close to home. As worthy and important a cause is
that helps homeless people in India or Africa, a cause that helps homeless people in Central Florida would be a little