Goodwill Fort Worth to Host Court in the Community
WHO: Individuals with outstanding citations issued by the Fort Worth Municipal Court
WHAT: The Fort Worth Municipal Court will conduct a Safe Harbor initiative at Goodwill Fort Worth’s headquarters, meaning residents may visit without fear of arrest for outstanding warrants issued by the Fort Worth Municipal Court. Persons who voluntarily take action on their cases may be eligible for alternatives, such as a community service or a reduction in their total fine amount. Individuals who will be requesting alternatives to payment should bring all supporting documents for their request.
- Time Served – bring your booked in and booked out paperwork
- Community Service/Indigence – documentation that shows you do not have the financial means to pay your warrants
- Time Payment Plans
- Please bring two forms of ID
Goodwill will also provide information on the organization’s programs and services. The nonprofit’s mission is to provide jobs and job training for individuals with disabilities or other barriers to employment such as criminal background, lack of education or work experience, at-risk youth, veterans and the homeless.
WHEN: Monday, April 9, 2018, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
WHERE: Goodwill Industries of Fort Worth, 4005 Campus Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76119
WHY: Goodwill is more than a thrift store. The largest employer of people with disabilities in the world, Goodwill believes that work has the power to transform lives by building self-confidence, independence, creativity, trust and friendships. Everyone deserves this chance.
Goodwill Fort Worth’s 23 retail locations provide revenue through the sale of donated goods to support Goodwill’s mission – job training and career services for people with disabilities, such as physical or mental disabilities and other barriers to employment including lack of education or work experience and homelessness. For more information on Goodwill Industries of Fort Worth, please visit www.goodwillfortworth.org.