Currently 25 boys waiting for their mentor! Is that you?
When Cancer hits the family it changes everything, especially for the child. Walk With Sally is dedicated to providing hope through our individualized mentoring and community support services to empower children experiencing trauma through a parent, guardians, or sibling's cancer journey. No one should face a loved one's cancer alone. We are looking for mentors to provide hope for these children and their families.
Become a Walk With Sally Mentor
To become a mentor you must have lived with or lost a parent/ sibling to cancer or are a cancer survivor. You must be able to commit to the program for a minimum of 1 year. The hours shared together are 6-8 hours per month. All mentors must successfully complete and application, interview and background checks.
The location listed above is not exactly where you will be volunteering. We have children on our waitlist all over the Greater Los Angeles area and create listing for volunteers near where we have children in need of a mentor.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or submit your interest through Vol Match. Please feel free to check out our website at www.walkwithsally.org!
840 Apollo Street, Suite 324, El Segundo, CA 90245, US
Walk With Sally provides hope through our individualized mentoring and community support services to empower children experiencing trauma through a parent, guardian or sibling's cancer journey.
Walk With Sally believes no child should walk alone in the face of a loved one's cancer journey. Because we don't want cancer to define or limit children for the rest of their lives, we create hope, healing and a supportive community through individualized mentoring, which transforms the lives not only of the children, but also of the families impacted by cancer.
Children & Youth
We'll work with your schedule.
3351 Firestone BlvdSouth Gate, CA90280
April 26, 2021
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
6-8 hours per month for a minimum of 1 year
Volunteers must have lived with or lost a parent or sibling to cancer; or be a survivor themselves