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After-School Program
Tuesday and Thursday 3:30 to 5:30pm
Location: Virtual
Contacts: Emma Newcom -


Danville Independent School District
Physical Education/SPARK Program Mentor
Contacts:Kathy Belcher, Robin Moler


Wilderness Trace Child Development Center
Classroom Volunteer/Mentor
Contacts: Libbie Sutttles at


Centre for Career and Professional Development
Peer Educator/Mentor
Contacts: Kirk Knott,


Center for Courageous Kids
Contacts: Krista Reece at


Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Bluegrass
Program Mentor
Contacts: Destiney Richards,, 859-338-9585


Bluebird Market
Market Retailer for Wilderness Trace Child Development Center
Contacts: Beth Marlowe


Girls on the Run at Boyle County Schools
Mentor and Coordinator
Contacts:Kathy Douglas,, 859-236-4212


Kentucky School for the Deaf and Jacobs Hall Museum
Contact: JoAnn Hamm,


Boyle County Public Library

Administrative Assistant
Contacts:Kathy Phillips 


Best Buddies
Mentor and Friend
Contacts: Emily Willis,


Girls Exploring Math and Science (GEMS)
Contacts: Leonard Demoranville at

Little Lighthouse Learning and Care Center
Contacts: Lucinda Mingey 


Centre Admiral Mentoring Program
Student Mentor/Liasion
Contacts: Mark Mojesky,


Beacon Youth Services
Contacts: Beth Goode at


Boyle County Extension Service


Sunrise Children's Services


New Hope Food Pantry
Regular Volunteer and Customer Assistant
410 Fryes Lane; Danville, KY 40422
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 10-1 p.m; Friday from 4-6 p.m.

Soups On Us
Food Packing and Serving Volunteer
Every Saturday at the churches of Danville


Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
Child Advocate
Contacts: Laura Guerrant,


Boyle County Public Defender's Office
Office Intern
Contacts: Landon Tingle at


Community Arts Center
Regular Volunteer
Contacts: Kate Snyder, 


Arts Commission of Danville
Regular Volunteer, Outreach
Contact: Mimi Becker


Pioneer Playhouse
Voices Inside Program Volunteer
Contacts: Robby Henson, 


Kentucky Student Environmental Coalition
Student Delegate
Contacts: Cara Cooper


Central Kentucky Wildlife Refuge
Land Specialist and Education Program Volunteer
Contacts: Jim Roessler and Ben Miles at and

Boyle County Farmer's Market
Volunteer and Coordinator Assistant
Contact: John Wyatt


Shaker Village
Environmental Volunteer
Contacts: Ben Leffew 


CREEC (Clark's Run Environmental and Educational Corporation)
Environmental Volunteer
Contacts: Preston Miles at


Grace Presbyterian Youth and Prison Ministry Program
Regular Volunteer and Project Specialist
Contact: Kevin Dilbeck,


Trinity Episcopal Church
Sunday School Volunteer
Contact: Mary Margaret


Kentucky Democratic Party
Contacts: Micah Goff


Social Justice/Activism/Advocacy

Centro Latino
Regular Volunteer and Project Coordinator
Contacts:Chris Claunch


Kentuckians for the Commonwealth
Student Advocate/ Representative
Contacts: Sasha Zaring,


Centre College Diversity Office
Contacts: Rodmon King and Kiana Fields at and


Danville Refugee Resettlement Project
Regular Volunteer
Contacts: Rick Axtell at


Shelby City African American Volunteer
Land Volunteer
Contacts: Cindy Peck at 


Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center
Crisis Advocate
Contacts:Natalie O'Hara, 


Stonewall at Centre
Advocate for LGBTQ+ Rights
Contacts: Rodmon King at


Danville/Boyle County Salvation Army
Contact: Vicki Lofton,


Bluegrass Community Action
Contact: Donna Linton at


Danville-Boyle County African American Historic Society
Contact: Michael Hughes at


Heart of Kentucky United Way


Indivisible Danville
Meet every Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Boyle County Library


Parson's Student Health Services 
Regular Volunteer/Project Coordinator
Contacts: Kathy Jones at


White, Greer, and Maggard Orthodontics
Regular Volunteer
Contacts: Rachel Holt 


Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center
Contacts: Rebecca Rowe


Danville-Boyle County Senior Citizens Center
Activities Coordinator
Contacts: Anita Pike 


Boyle County Senior Citizens Center and Adult Day
Contacts: Ben Guerrant,(859) 236-2070


Animal Rights and Wellbeing


Danville-Boyle County Human Society
Animal Volunteer/Supporter
Contacts: Barbara Beaney 


Mercer County Humane Society
Animal Volunteer/Supporter
Find this site on Facebook: Mercer County Human Society


The Centre College Van Fleet are available for use by approved drivers who have passed the safety module, van-specific driving test, and a background check. 

To request access to the van module, contact Jamey Leahey at; to take the van driving test (after you pass the module), contact Gary Bugg at

Community-Based Learning

Contact Andrew Patrick, Associate Director of Experiential Learning, at

Other Resources



STAND is a student leadership and development organization designed around building community partnerships and making off-campus service accessible to the larger population. 



Alpha Phi Omega (APO) is Centre's only co-ed, non-social fraternity with its roots in leadership, friendship, and service. APO has two periods of recruitment at the beginning of each semester in order to induct new members. 




The Centre Service Council will be working to make campus service a collaborative effort for the 2021-2022 school year and beyond. 

Council Chair: Emmy Greene

Member Organizations:

Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Phi Omega
Best Buddies
Beta Theta Pi
Bonner Program
Centre College After School Program
Centre Christian Fellowship
Centre Garden Club
Delta Delta Delta
Delta Kappa Epsilon
Poverty & Homelessness Week

The Bonner Program is a group of students who are dedicated to becoming civically engaged in their communities. The Bonner Program at Centre College is comprised of 60 diverse students who are passionate about making a lasting impact through community service. The Program includes 30 Bonner Scholars who are select students who are committed to community service and demonstrate high financial need. The Program also consists of 30 Bonner Leaders who are select students who are interested in making service a priority during their Centre experience.


Bonners are matched with nonprofit organizations, schools, and government agencies that align with their interests in social issues and, for four years, intern 10 hours a week at one organization. The Centre College community benefits from the Bonner Program because of the culture of service created and social issue awareness that permeates different social groups and academic interests. Bonners greatly value and respect the safe space to share ideas and to dialogue across difference. Bonners are uniquely transformed through the personal and professional growth that comes from membership in the Bonner community and regular engagement in experiential learning through service.


All members of the Bonner Program share the same common commitments to diversity, social justice, international perspectives, spiritual exploration, civic engagement, and community building.

Center for Courageous Kids

Volunteers Needed for Spring Family Weekend Retreats in 2022.

Contact Krista Reece at or visit

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Jessie Weasner                                                                                            
Director of Civic & Community Engagement and The Bonner Program