Mentoring

Children and vulnerable adults in the foster care system need to know that they matter to someone.  The Forgotten Initiative provides training and support to the Body of Christ to mentor these often forgotten individuals.

Ways to Mentor

  • Tutoring
  • Job/Life Skill Training
  • Relationship Building

Requirements to become a TFI Mentor

  • Commitment to TFI statement of faith
  • TFI/Agency training and application process
  • 21+ years old with a valid driver’s license
  • Successful background check
  • 1 year commitment

The Forgotten Initiative is excited to be a part of The Mentor Alliance through The Mentoring Project!

Mentor Field Guide w_ The Forgotten Initiative MOCK UP

The Mentoring Project establishes relationships with local and national faith communities, partner organizations and matching agencies to facilitate the creation of sustainable mentoring communities. Our organization does not function as a matching agency. The Mentoring Project’s model assists faith communities in establishing sustainable mentoring communities that will provide mentors for the children waiting to be mentored. To learn more about our friends at TMP, send them an email and say hello from us!

*TFI trains and supports mentors in Advocate Areas.

Children aspire to be what they see.

-John Sowers, President of The Mentoring Project

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