Events

Special events help us make new friends, share news, and raise funds and awareness

Tuesday, July 29 - 4:30-7:00pm: Youth Mentor Orientation - Call 228-0108 for more information or to RSVP
Join us for an introduction to volunteerism as a mentor.  One session will equip you with relevant information about our specific program and best practices in the field.  This opportunity is for those who are considering stepping up and stepping in to help a needy child, as well as for those who are already on the path to becoming mentors with our agency.

Thursday, August 14, 2:30-5:00pm: Youth Mentor Orientation - Call 228-0108 for more information or to RSVP
Join us for an introduction to volunteerism as a mentor.  One session will equip you with relevant information about our specific program and best practices in the field.  This opportunity is for those who are considering stepping up and stepping in to help a needy child, as well as for those who are already on the path to becoming mentors with our agency.

Friday, September 8 - Annual Friends Golf Tournament to Benefit Youth Mentoring
Complimentary continental breakfast - 8am; shotgun start - 9am. Register today - $115 per player/$460 per foursome. Please visit the golf tournament page or call (603) 228-7604 for more information.

Wednesday, September 24, 4:30-7:00pm: Youth Mentor Orientation - Call 228-0108 for more information or to RSVP
Join us for an introduction to volunteerism as a mentor.  One session will equip you with relevant information about our specific program and best practices in the field.  This opportunity is for those who are considering stepping up and stepping in to help a needy child, as well as for those who are already on the path to becoming mentors with our agency.

Wednesday, October 1, 4:30-7:00pm: Youth Mentor Orientation for High School Volunteers - Call 228-0108 for more information or to RSVP
High school students able to make a two-year commitment to Friends Youth Mentoring are invited to learn about how they can make a lasting difference in the life of a local youngster. The minimum age to participate is 16. This is a great way to earn community service credits required for graduation and build a solid college application portfolio of experience. By being a mentor, you will forge a friendship with a local child who will look up to you and look back on your time together for years to come.