Male mentor needed for a 12 year old boy impacted by cancer
ORGANIZATION: Walk With Sally
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Works with: One boy, 12 years old
We are looking for a male volunteer who can mentor a 12 year old boy whose mother is currently battling breast cancer. He likes basketball, video games and board games. He is located in La Verne, CA. Can you become his friend?
Description of Role:
Cancer changes everything for the family and children enrolled in our program would like support from a mentor during hard times. Walk With Sally is dedicated to providing hope through our individualized mentoring and community building services to empower children experiencing trauma through a parent, guardians, relative, sibling's cancer journey. No one should face a loved one's cancer alone.
- Commit to the program and assigned mentee for a minimum of 1 year
- Engage mentee in positive, creative, and/or community building activities for at least 6-8 hours per month (We also suggest free of cost activities for you to fulfill this requirement)
- Participate quarterly in a mentor roundtables to connect with other mentors and build community
- Maintain regular contact with assigned Case Manager for further support, guidance, and/or access to resources
- Have fun, be you, and take of yourself too
- 22 years of age or older
- Have lived with or lost a parent / sibling/ friend/ loved one to cancer or are a cancer survivor (must be in remission for 5 years)
- Successfully pass background check
- TB Test
Please feel free to check out our website at www.walkwithsally.org or leave us a comment with any additional questions you may have.
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About Walk With Sally
840 Apollo Street, Suite 324, El Segundo, CA 90245, US
Walk With Sally is dedicated to lessening the burden of cancer for children and families through critical programs and services by way of mentorship, mental health support, art healing, and financial empowerment.
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.
Multiple locations La Verne, CA 91750
February 14, 2023
- Youth Services
- Crisis Intervention
- People Skills
- Relationship Building
- Outdoor Recreation
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 22
- 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