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community service

noun as in social work

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“We want to empower like-minded veterans to get busy in activism and community service,” he said.

Perhaps as a community service, or a minor moneymaker or even just a pledge to audiences that they’ll still be around after the covid-19 crisis finally fades, they are producing their seasonal offering in the manners in which the circumstances allow.

Separately on Thursday, Clinesmith’s attorneys asked for probation and community service.

Fabro is the owner of IsaMADE, which showcases a varied repertoire of projects with creative industries, fostering an ongoing dialogue of community service and cross-cultural exchange.

He could, conversely, be required to pay fines and complete probation and community service.

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Padre Goyo has reorganized his CCRISTOS as more of a community service group, he says.

When I heard it was Jerry Lee Lewis, I knew is was just a community service.

But the college never wanted us to view the community service they encouraged as mere charity or volunteerism.

He was also ordered to perform 500 hours of community service, separate from politics.

Nonetheless, the judge did not send Batista to jail, ordering him instead to perform two years of community service.

In villages where there is room for several houses of worship the question of community service is much more difficult.

The movement now is very strong in the direction of provision of building and equipment for community service by the church.

An attempt has been made to present the philosophic basis justifying the church in giving large attention to community service.

In the third place, the new rural church adopts for itself a well-considered programme of community service.

Under these circumstances how can he become efficient in community service, and how can he get to know the people of his charge?


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to community service, such as: casework, free school lunch, good works, government-provided services, relief, and social welfare.

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