YOU have the power to teach new possibilities and the essential skills to help our foster youth achieve life goals.

Life really is all about relationships—creating them, nourishing them and best of all, enjoying them. It’s through relationships that we’re able to achieve our best selves. It’s human nature to want to belong, to want to be a part of something bigger Mary Graham Children’s Foundation (MGCF) prides itself on responding to this basic desire.

MGCF serves youth whose needs include companionship, confidence building, and minor academic or career guidance.  For our youth, environmental circumstances (neglect, abandonment and/or abuse) have resulted in limited access and exposure to responsible, reliable, caring adults. 

MGCF Mentors create a culture of healing and resiliency where youth can achieve their greatest potential. By building positive relationships through mentoring, YOU have the power to teach new possibilities and the essential skills to help our foster youth achieve life goals.

Interested in Becoming a Mentor?

  1. Are you at least 21 years of age?
  2. Are you available to make a one-year commitment to a young person?

If so, consider mentoring a Mary Graham Scholar! We have 37 youth waiting for you!

The first step to transforming the life of a foster youth is to attend our

Mentor Information Session

RSVP BY FRIDAY - OCTOBER 26

When: Saturday, November 3 from 9-10 AM
Where: Stockton Golf & Country Club
Please email us to reserve a spot or for more information.
mgfoundation01@gmail.com

TAKE THE NEXT STEPS TO BECOMING A MENTOR

Once completing an Introduction Session
Complete
application
interview
background check
Attend a mentor training session