Be Sure to Watch! "Mentoring Youth"
Posted on 23 Aug 2011
This one-hour live show will consist of highly motivated individuals
from various organizations that represent the iBelieve Community
Coalition, including Centers for Youth and Families, Let Our Violence
End (L.O.V.E.), Boys and Girls Club, and the OK Program among others who
are developing creative ways for involving volunteers, mentors, and
tutors in our community. The men you have just seen in the UNITY
documentary are not only trying to make a difference in their current
environment, but they also want to take this opportunity to teach others
how to give back to the community and avoid going down the same roads
that they have traveled.
Through this live show, you will hear
stories of lives changed. You will hear stories of people giving of
themselves to help others. You will be given the opportunity to use your
gifts and talents in ways that will help make a difference in the lives
of people, organizations, schools, your community, and in the lives of
those who are closest to you. We invite you to call into this live
broadcast with your comments and question as it concerns the UNITY
broadcast and how you can get involved to make a difference in a child's
Mentoring Youth airs Wednesday, August 24 at 8 p.m.
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