The Center for Public Service and Scholarship

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The Center for Public Service and Scholarship is happy to connect you to service projects on and off campus this winter. Included in this email is just a sample of projects you can be involved in, as well as contact information.
Never underestimate the impact you can have in the life of someone else. Have you ever considered becoming a mentor? The Boys and Girls Club and the Daniel Morgan Middle School Reading Program are great ways to make that happen. Scroll for more information concerning these projects.
Boys and Girls Club 

The Boys and Girls Club of the Northern Shenandoah Valley is looking for committed volunteers to be mentors for elementary and middle school students after school. If you would like to learn more, you can go to 
or contact Bridgett Peterson at
Why be a Mentor?
Why be a mentor?
Daniel Morgan Middle School Reading Program

Do you enjoy working with kids? Daniel Morgan Middle School is looking for volunteers to read with 5th-8th grade students. The school is within walking distance of campus. 

If you are interested, please contact Norie Noll Dehaven  at

The Congregational Community Action Project is a cooperative ministry of 45 area churches and one synagogue serving Winchester and Fredrick County. CCAP maintains a food pantry, a clothing room, and offers assistance for rent, utilities and prescriptions for those in need. 
CCAP is always in need of long and short-term volunteers. If you are interested, contact Lander Manuel at

UVote is an on-campus organization dedicated to helping students register to vote and spreading the word about the importance of exercising your right. 

UVote is currently looking for volunteers to help with voter registration in the future. If you are interested in helping, contact Cody Wiley at
Stop Hunger Now Event

Did you know that 1 in every 9 people goes to bed hungry every night? 

Braddock Street United Methodist Church is looking for volunteers to help package meals at their Stop Hunger Now event on January 31. 
To read more about Stop Hunger Now and their commitment to providing meals  go to  If you are interested in being a volunteer, please contact Joanna Dietz at
T.E.A.M. Grace
(Tutoring, Enrichment, Art, Music)
TEAM Grace is an after school enrichment program, working with 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders identified by the school system as needing extra help.  They provide a quality, faith-based after school enrichment program in which children are enabled to grow through academic assistance, music, and the arts.
Team Grace is seeking volunteers to assist children with their homework between 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm. This consists of of helping them read basic stories and text and/or math problems (time, money, rounding, addition, differences, problem solving, etc). 

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact David Ray at 540-664-0741

The Center for Public Service and Scholarship
Shenandoah University, Gregory Hall 120 
1460 University Drive, Winchester, VA 22601
(540) 665-4696
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