Enjoy spending time with your “Little” on the weekends or evenings.
You can go to dinner, read a book, watch a movie, play sports or do
any other activity that you both enjoy.
Enjoy the same acitivies as in a Community Based match with a child
of an incarcerated parent. There is specialized training for mentors in this program.
Spend an hour a week with a “Little” at one of our partner schools having lunch,
reading a book, working on a craft project, or just hanging out.
Share your lunch hour one day a week with a Little at his/her school
during the school year. Eat, play and talk together.
Participate in weekly activities in a group setting with teenagers involved
in the Juvenile Justice System. There is a Step Up group for both girls and boys.
All Stars' focus is to match positive adult role models with siblings of children currently
involved with juvenile court. This program will facilitate group mentoring sessions while
Littles wait to be matched with a Big.
Prepare college-bound students from low-income backgrounds for the transition
to higher education through workshops tutoring and mentoring.
Schedule a home pickup (or drop off) your slightly used clothing, furniture
and household items to support our mentoring programs.