Working under Western Districts Out of Home Care, the Project Mentor program aims to match every young person currently in foster or kinship care with an on-going mentor, helping pave the way for a limitless future.

$5000 for every child per year will provide qualified mentors the training and support required.

In 2007, the National Youth Mentoring Benchmarks also states that Mentoring is a structured and trusting relationship between a young person and a caring individual who offers guidance, support and encouragement. A well-planned and organised formal mentoring program can provide strong individual support, advice, guidance and help in practical ways during important transition points of their lives.

Our Vision

To build on the capacity of children, young people, adults and families, to enhance their quality of life and strengthen communities through services that are inclusive, relevant and innovative.

How Can You Help?

With Corporate and Community Support, we will re-establish this service through Project Mentor to support young people navigate the challenges they face in their day-to-day lives.

Your generosity will mean young people receive the mentorship they may need for future development. You can:

  • Help establish a mentor for one or more young people
  • Remember Project Mentor in your will
  • Provide support through regular giving
  • Every dollar you give assists Project Mentor, deliver guidance and support to at-risk young people in our community.

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