If I replaced the word “Mentor” with some other words, would mentoring be less intimidating?
Children/youth in our community are looking for a friend.
Our In-School role models see their match for 1 hour a week in school and do things like crafts, sports, and play games.
Our Traditional supporters usually get together for 3-4 hours a week and hang out, see a movie, take a walk, play games, etc.
Often, our coaches are there to give the child a self-esteem boost.
Do any of these words resonate with you? If you care about the well-being of children in our community, you can be a mentor to a child! Our long-time mentor, Dave, explains how easy it is, here.
If you're interested in learning more information about our mentoring programs, please call Cheryl Holmes at 905-985-3733 ext 2. or visit our website here.