Centro Latino de Danville/Boyle County is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization. Your generous gifts of time and funds are in support of some of the most vulnerable members of our community.
How you can help
Centro Latino volunteer opportunities are as wide and diverse as the individuals we serve.
Volunteers are needed to help plan, coordinate, and staff child and family programming, such as an annual summer day-camp for low-income children, clothing drives, and health fairs.
Volunteers who have experience or an interest in education are encouraged to ask us about the English Language Learning classes that Centro Latino provides. If you have an interest in the legal and political battle of immigrant, we could use your help in assembling information from reliable sources and preparing informational presentations to both English and Spanish-speaking audiences.
One of our biggest needs is to simply “get the word out” by having volunteers take event fliers to churches and businesses frequented by members of the Latino Community.
Centro Latino has a special need for bilingual volunteers. Volunteers who are proficient in both English and Spanish (written and spoken) are needed to help translate program announcements and keep the agency website and Facebook page up-to-date. Bilingual volunteers would especially helpful in our health advocacy program. Volunteers are needed to help non-English speaking people complete application forms for reduced fee medical programs and to provide translation at routine doctor visits.
Make a gift!
Centro Latino is a volunteer-led organization. We do not have any paid leadership, meaning that nearly all of our financial resources go to support the much-needed educational, health-related, and social justice programs that serve the immigrant and migrant communities of Central Kentucky.
If you are interested in volunteering or donating to Centro Latino de Danville/Boyle County, please email email@example.com for more information!