A little help from a friend is all a kid needs. At-risk and newcomer kids are waiting to be uniquely matched; more volunteers need to be trained.
The kids you help have a 98 per cent success rate of staying safe, schooled and smiling.
Be the change; give now to give hope.
Where Does the Money Go?
Learn how the kids you help increase resiliency, confidence, and self-esteem, while making their mentors the leaders of today.
Find out Where Does the Money Go.
- They came, they spun, we conquered together! What an amazing showing of support at our 5th Annual Spin-A-Thon. It was a huge success. With almost 100 registered spinners, we received to date 398 donations raising $34,369 to help at-risk kids. You all rock! Donations accepted through March 31st! We are still just shy of our $40,000 fundraising goal. With your support, we can still get there. You can donate until Friday, March 31, 2017. Please give what you can! DONATE TO THE SPIN-A-THON Thank you to our ... Read more
- You wake up, go to work, stay late, maybe sneak in a workout and repeat. This is a cycle that many in Toronto follow. If you like your job, it can be rewarding, but for some the job just isn’t enough to feel satisfied. Nicole was one of those people. “I was literally feeling an emptiness,” says Nicole, who works in marketing but studied international development. Instead of going out and spending her paycheck on stuff to make her feel better or ... Read more
Become a Mentor
Are you a focused, hard-working and selfless leader? Join a group of people just like you to go one-on-one with kids in need. The 6- to 15-year-old kids you can help are full of potential and just in need of a few nudges and bumps to attain the balanced, healthy and happy life they deserve.
The newcomer and at-risk kids need 16- to 29-year-olds (especially males) to step up.
What is it Like as a Mentor?
Mentors come from all different walks of life; an interesting thread running throughout their stories is their own unexpected growth and evolution. This experience can change you!
Want to learn more, find out what life is like as a mentor by reading Our Mentor Stories.
Sponsor Our Kids
Your sponsorship can help provide regular funding to help expand our peer-mentoring service.
With your support, we can attract more mentors and reduce our wait list of kids waiting now to be matched with a mentor. Our Sponsors get loads of shout outs because they are awesome!
For sponsorship enquires, please contact:
- Ed Carlson, Director of Development
Want to get your community behind our good work, then dust off your clipboard and let's talk!
We love getting together and having a party; we throw a number of fundraising events each year where you can help raise fun and funds. If you want to do your own thing, similar to this 90s-themed jam, then we'd love to help.HELP FUNDRAISE