Our Community Mentoring Program is dedicated to the youth in Moore County who are at risk of not reaching their full potential due to a variety of factors. Youth who are in need a positive adult role model, close monitoring of school, home, and community behavior, as well as opportunities to learn social, recreational, vocational and educational skills can benefit from our program. We believe that one caring adult can make a significant difference in the life of a child and operates under the premise that when we impact a childs life in a positive way we change the future.
The Community Mentoring Program matches adult volunteer mentors who are willing to give their time, energy, and compassion to a Moore County youth for one year. Our mentors work with young people who are between the ages of 6 and 17 and face many challenges. A mentor can help set and achieve goals, improve behaviors and raise self-esteem. Our mentors spend an average of 1-2 hours a week for a year with their young person working on goals and skill building. Community Mentoring offers activities throughout the year to support and encourage these friendships. This program is funded by the Juvenile Crimes Prevention Program and from donations from the individuals, churches and businesses in our community.
Please click here to print a volunteer application.
Please click here to print a referral form.