LGBTQ2+ Mentoring - for youth who identifies with the LGBTQ2+ community
As part of the broader Traditional Mentoring program, LGBTQ2+ Mentoring involves matching a young person aged 6 to 21 with a mentor, both from the LGBTQ2+ community. The goal of the program is to offer a mentor who identifies with the LGBTQ2+ community to a young person who is in questioning or identifying with the same community, in order to create a bond of friendship and support them by serving as a positive role model.
The program was created in collaboration with GRIS - Montréal, L’Asterisk, Interligne and the LGBT Family Coalition, and with the financial support of the Ministry of Justice of Quebec as part of their program Fight against Homophobia and Transphobia.
About Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Montreal / Grands Frères Grandes Sœurs du grand Montréal
3155 rue hochelaga, 202, Montreal, Quebec H1W1G4, CA
Enable life-changing mentoring relationships to ignite the power and potential of young people. - Créer des relations de mentorat inspirantes et déterminantes qui révèlent le plein potentiel des jeunes et les outillent pour l’avenir.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Montreal is dedicated to helping children and youths who are faced with personal or socio-economic difficulties, as well as their families. Our agency offers professional mentoring services and an opportunity to acquire and improve personal strengths and interpersonal skills, contributing to a healthier life over the long term.
Grands Frères Grandes Sœurs du Grand Montréal est une organisation dédiée au développement des enfants et des jeunes qui vivent des difficultés personnelles et socio-économiques, ainsi que de leurs familles. Notre organisme propose des services professionnels de mentorat, des opportunités de développer des forces personnelles et des compétences interpersonnelles qui favorisent, à long terme, une vie saine.
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