Is your Driver’s License Suspended? Are you behind on Court Cost Fees or Fines? Do you need a hand up?
Join us for one of our 5th Annual He Got Up! events.
We offer help for those facing the consequences of unpaid, and/or delinquent court cost fees and fines.
Come experience compassionate restorative justice. This event is a collaborative effort with our
community partners including the courts, government, individuals, faith community and businesses
in Orange, Osceola and Seminole Counties.
Activities and services will be available for families. Children are welcomed. Free food will be served.
We invite Community Partners and Participants to join us for our 2020 Events!
Announcing our 2020 Event Calendar!
Saturday 2/29 - Orlando, Dr. Smith Neighborhood Center
Saturday 3/21 - Orlando, Northwest Community Center
Saturday 8/29 - Apopka, John Bridges Community Center
Stay tuned for our upcoming October event in East Orange County
Saturday 5/16 - Kissimmee, Human Services Center
Saturday 9/12 - Sanford, Harvest Time International
All events are from 10am - 3pm
Watch the impact from our Inaugural Event
A Celebration of People Lifting People,
Transforming Our City.
A Celebration of People Lifting People, Transforming Our City.
Saturday, July 7, 2018, 10am-4pm at Osceola County Human Services, Kissimmee
He Got Up - Central Florida
Orlando Serve Foundation’s “He Got Up” event is an ongoing public/private collaboration to leverage existing resources to assist families and individuals in need or homeless with a path to self-sustainability. In 2016 and 2017, over 5,000 volunteers connected with individuals in need with non-profit and government programs and services through an innovative resource fair.
In 2018 and 2019, the collaboration continued as we narrowed our focus throughout the central Florida community. Through our partnerships with many compassionate and generous individuals and corporate, private, civic and religious organizations, our impact reached thousands of individuals in the greater Orange, Osceola and Seminole county area. Many of these individuals are experiencing hope, freedom and opportunity not available to them in many years!
The combined total of recovered court costs, fees and fines (both in payments and community service hours) exceeds $2 million in fees and community service hours served.
As we enter into a new decade and our fifth year of service in 2020, we are expanding into new territory and exploring new opportunities to serve the community.