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“Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.”


We currently are offering three opportunities- each opportunity offers a different commitment from the mentor, but all have a hands-on, relationship building focus.

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Samaritas Refugee Mentorship

Samaritas has a program that offers mentoring to teenage refugees in the states. Teenagers are informed about the opportunity, and they choose if it is something they are interested in. Because of this, Samaritas is never sure how many mentors it will need at any given time- because teenagers come and go through the program. It helps them to have several people who have signed up and completed their forms so that when needs arise they have people willing and available. 


They ask that anyone who signs up is willing to commit 4 hrs. a month for 9-12 months. For more information- see the document labeled "mentor/ tutor fact sheet." If you are interested, fill out the volunteer application and send it to:


 Kyle Eastman:

Big Brother, Big Sister 2nd Grade Mentoring

Big Brothers/ Big Sisters runs a school-based mentoring program in which mentors meet their "littles" at their school during lunch and recess hours once a week. To participate you'll need to fill out a form and attend an info session to get plugged in with all the necessary info. You'll find links to the forms below to get started. The littles are all second graders from Estabrook Elementary School.

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Big Brother, Big Sister Community Mentoring

Big Brothers/ Big Sisters is best known for their community-based mentoring which is a program that provides mentors for ‘littles' between the ages of 7-15. More information can be found in one of their info sessions. 

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