Mentoring Children of Promise

Show An Innocent Child A Better Way

Mentoring Children of Promise offers vital assistance to children facing unique challenges, such as having an incarcerated parent or guardian, youth with a military parent, and those at risk aged 4-18. Our program aims to foster self-esteem, maintain stability, and cultivate positive relationships by pairing them with dedicated adult volunteers who serve as mentors. Join us in making a lasting impact on these young lives.

This program matches caring adults with youth who have a parent in prison. Mentors volunteer to give these young people extra acceptance, attention, encouragement, guidance and hope. Volunteers of America understands the trauma of loss these children experience and the economic and social challenges that result from incarceration. As a volunteer mentor, you can help children rise above these challenges.

For more information, call (504) 836-8701.

There are 33 children on our waiting list to be matched with a mentor. You can help.


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