Big Brothers Big Sisters Warn of Critical Youth Mentorship Gap

Big Brothers Big Sisters Warn of Critical Youth Mentorship Gap More than 15,000 vulnerable children and youth waiting for mentors TORONTO, Jan. 30, 2020 /CNW/ – There’s a growing mentorship gap affecting more than 15,000 Canadian children and youth, many of whom are facing vulnerable situations including poverty, family instability or identity-based discrimination. According to Big Brothers […]

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Canadian Youth Will Thrive Through Mentoring Relationships Thanks to Catalyst Funding

[JUNE 3rd] This morning, Federal Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, Minister Hajdu, announced a multi-million-dollar investment to help young Canadians through expanded opportunities and enhanced formal relationships. This catalyst funding of $6.3 million over three years sparks the creation of the Canadian Mentoring Partnership, a coalition of community-based mentoring organizations offering services across [...]
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