Lindsay Lohan, who has been keeping a low profile lately, is giving back to the community.
The 21-year-old actress began her community service on Monday, according to a report by .
Lindsay was seen at an American Red Cross blood services facility in a suburb of L.A. The actress arrived at noon. Before entering the building, she was greeted by the staff of the Red Cross organization in the parking lot.
She stayed at the American Red Cross blood services facility until around 7 p.m. Leaving the building, she carried a book titled “Blood.”
The actress, sentenced to the mandatory minimum of four days in jail for her second DUI conviction, is being allowed to work 10 days of community service in lieu of two days behind bars. She was given credit for one day served from her July arrest, leaving one remaining day to be served in jail.
Lindsay has until January to complete her last day in jail, in addition to an 18-month alcohol education program and three years probation.