An adult volunteer mentors a child between the ages of 6 and 16, spending one-on-one time together twice a month. Through activities like playing ball, catching up over lunch and going to the park, life-changing friendships are built. Having the friendship and support of a mentor opens a child’s eyes to new possibilities.
Get to know us by attending an info session
Meet with a member of our team and answer some question so we can get to know you.
Once your application is approved, you’ll meet your Little for the first time at our office.
Hang out twice a month for a few hours. Your friendship can ignite their potential!
Your first step in becoming a mentor is to sign up for an upcoming volunteer orientation. Orientation sessions last one hour.
If you are unavailable during the volunteer orientation dates offered below, please schedule a 15-minute phone orientation with volunteer relations specialist Tarah Morton by clicking here.