Serving Our Youth & Families
Mentoring Positives Inc. is ready to serve our youth and families in need of our mentoring support. In these hard economic times, it is hard to deliver quality mentoring services, but with the support of our community and our volunteers, MP is able to adapt to these harsh financial times and continue to be creative in delivering our mentoring services.
Going the Extra Mile – Rainbow Project
I was humbled when given the “Extra Mile” Award from the Rainbow Project this past year. However, we all know that we are not out here alone and cannot do it by ourselves. Mentoring Positives, Inc. has a number of mentors, Board members and volunteers who make Mentoring Positives a great program for youth and families.
Positive Role Models bring Mentoring Success
January is National Mentoring Month and I want to acknowledge and thank everyone who makes it their civic responsibility to be a positive role model in our youth’s lives. As we reflect back on our past year, we have had a lot of great successes for a small organization.
Skills Development Groups Fundraiser
In addition, MP was given the opportunity to work in the suites and luxury seats at Camp Randall for a total of 7 home football games. We had 65 people volunteer at the football games as a fundraiser for our MP Skills Development Groups. And in 2010, Channel 3 reporter Maria Guerrero became a mentor with Mentoring Positives. She is volunteering her time as a mentor of a young Latina girl from the Darbo area.
Madison Police Department’s Continued Support
The Madison Police Department (MPD) continues to support Mentoring Positives programs as we continue to work together providing programming to our youth. A special “Thank You” to the MPD who contributed to our end of the year “Volunteer
Thank you to all of our volunteers, Board members, Mentors, and community supporters for their commitment to kids and families and the work we do at Mentoring Positives!