Children whose parents have been incarcerated are some of the most at-risk youth in our country. Have you ever thought about mentoring a child in Baltimore who has an incarcerated parent? Building a consistent and caring friendship with a child can make a huge difference in that childs life.
Become a mentor through the CHIP Mentoring Program! We are looking for both male and female mentors. Call Sarah Kennedy, CHIP Program Director, at 410-889-5072 for more information, or check out our website (www.chipmentoring.org) to download and submit an application.
Mission: The CHIP Mentoring Program exists to serve children in Baltimore who have an incarcerated parent. After being referred, children are matched with a volunteer mentor from the community. Over time, the mentor and mentee build a consistent and caring friendship through one-on-one mentoring and group activities with other CHIP matches.
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