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Are you, or is someone you know interested in supporting former foster youth who are becoming independent young adults?

If so…
The Foster Youth Alumni Co-Mentoring Project offers a new and exciting way of mentoring, we call it “Co-Mentoring”. We’re looking for people who are interested in offering time, companionship, and their life-experience to young adults who are transitioning out of foster care.

Co-Mentoring empowers everyone involved by offering opportunities for personal growth and development. As a Co-Mentor, you will receive insight, training and tools that support the changes and transitions in life that every human encounters.

Are you intrigued? Attend one of our upcoming Orientations to learn how you can become a Co-Mentor and support foster youth alumni when they need you most.

For more information about when and where orientations take place contact:

Stephanie Inyama

Lianne Goldsmith


Imagine LA harnesses the power of volunteer mentorship teams (from faith communities, companies and other committed organizations) and existing community resources to empower families to transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency.

Acting as the facilitator of our two-year, highly structured mentorship program, Imagine LA trains faith community volunteers in homeless sensitivity and mentorship, matches them with families exiting homelessness, links them to a full spectrum of existing social services and resources, and guides them in a step-by-step process. The program empowers faith communities of all types throughout Los Angeles County to help families experiencing homelessness in a meaningful, lasting way. Families and volunteers are given a safe and guided opportunity to work alongside one another to address the families’ underlying issues, needs and goals, helping them to permanently exit the cycle of poverty, become self-sufficient and thrive over a two-year period of time.

Click here for more information on Imagine LA’s mentorship program.


Jewish World Watch is a hands-on leader in the fight against genocide and mass atrocities, engaging individuals and communities to take local actions that produce powerful global results.KI partners with JWW to bring programming that raises awareness.

Visit Jewish World Watch for more information.

Tue, November 20 2018 12 Kislev 5779