Make a difference as a mentor with Hope for New York

Probably more than any other volunteer opportunity with Hope for New York, mentoring a young person one-on-one can give you the opportunity to experience transformation and growth firsthand.

This month, Hope for New York is recruiting 100 new volunteers to serve as mentors with its affiliate organizations that serve children and youth.

Mentoring with Hope for New York can involve anything from participating in activities and afterschool programming to serving as a one-on-one mentor and friend. When you join any of our programs, you’ll also meet an incredible community of mentors who encourage and pray for one another throughout the year.

We’re hosting two events this month for you to discover what program might be the best fit for you.

At our Mentor Match-Up Social (Thursday, September 10), you’ll join us for a fun, back-to-school-themed night at the W 79th St. Boat Basin and have a chance to be “matched” to a mentoring program.

At our Mentor Info Session (Tuesday, September 15), we’ll share the ins-and-outs of each program, answer any questions you might have about mentoring, and share next steps for getting connected to a program.

Learn more about these events at See you this school year!

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