Duke Partnership for Service is proud to announce that Duke University has expanded its Uber ride-share program to cover transportation costs to and from the following designated locations for service-related trips.

Emily K Center: 904 W Chapel Hill St, Durham, NC 27701

Durham Crisis Response Center (DCRC): 206 N Dillard St, Durham, NC 27701

El Cintro Hispano: 2000 Chapel Hill Rd #26a, Durham, NC 27707

Durham Nursing and Rehabilitation Center: 411 South LaSalle st, Durham, NC 27705

Durham Animal Protection Society: 2117 East Club Blvd. Durham, NC 27704

The program operates 7 days a week from 6:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. with Saturday and Sunday service until 8:30pm. Rides must originate or terminate at East, Central, or West Campus.

To learn how it works, please visit: https://parking.duke.edu/buses_vans/uber/how-it-works.php


Service Locations 

The Emily K. Center works closely with Crazies who Care and the Girl’s Club. To see volunteer opportunities, please visit http://www.emilyk.org/get-involved/volunteer/.

Durham Crisis Response Center works with the community to end domestic and sexual violence through advocacy, education, support and prevention. Check out its volunteer opportunities: http://www.durhamcrisisresponse.org

El Cintro Hispano works to strengthen the community, build bridges and advocate for equity and inclusion for Hispanics/Latinos in the Triangle Area of North Carolina. On campus, Project Heal and GANO collaborate closely with El Cintro Hispano. Check the organization out at

Durham Nursing and Rehabilitation Center‘s mission is to serve, to care, to thrive in boutique healthcare communities dedicated to exceptional guest services. The Center partners with Adopt a Grandparent. To read more please visit http://www.healthtiquegroup.com/index.html

Durham Animal Protection Society (APS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has been helping animals in our community since 1970, and has managed the Durham County Animal Shelter since 1990. APS relies on donations from caring individuals and corporations to feed, shelter and provide medical attention for the nearly 6,000 stray, surrendered, abandoned, abused and neglected animals we care for each year. APS works with student organization PAWS. Find more information at http://www.apsofdurham.org/how-you-can-help/volunteer/