Mentoring not only contributes to the health, wellness and success of mentees and mentors, but to our very social fabric as well!
Spending as little as an hour a week with a young person can make a difference in their life…and yours!
Mentoring is a powerful way of supporting a young person by teaching skills, listening to their perspectives and fostering in them a sense of belonging.
Constructive role models support youth to make good choices, leading to stronger and safer communities!
Being a mentor to a child or youth can be one of the most rewarding roles you play
To be a mentor, you don’t need superhuman qualities. Just human ones.
We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give – Winston Churchill
Children are likely to live up to what you believe of them – Lady Bird Johnson
Along the way places and people planted seeds in my soul and in my spirit and added stones to my foundation I was trying to form.
To the world, you may just be somebody, But to somebody, you may just be the world. – Author Unknown