January is National Mentor Awareness Month

This month we honor all our Friends for their contribution to our youth and their families.

One Mother's Story on Breaking the Cycle of Foster Care

National Mentoring Awareness Month

Our Method

We select children impacted by foster care who face multiple systemic obstacles. We amplify their voices as they write their own stories of hope and resilience.

Our Model

We commit to each child for the long-term.
12+ years, no matter what.

Each child is paired with a paid professional mentor called a Friend.

Our Outcomes

92% of youth go on to enroll in post-secondary education, serve our country or enter the workforce.

83% of youth receive their high school diploma or GED.

98% of youth wait to parent until after their teen years.

93% of youth remain free from involvement in the juvenile justice system.