Mentor Pride
The Need

Male mentors are in short supply. We need capable men to be examples and role models to these young men.

The Reward

There are many rewards to being a mentor for a child in need of guidance.

The Requirements

Mentoring doesn’t require a lot of special skills. View the requirements of each of our partners.

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We work with our partners to match each mentor with a child. Donate your time and become someone's hero.

Partnerships

Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Alabama

Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Alabama is the largest provider of one-to-one mentoring programs in south Alabama. Currently we serve Mobile and Baldwin counties with plans to strategically expand services to Monroe, Escambia, Washington and Clarke counties in 2014. Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Alabama partners with individual donors, foundations, corporations, governments, and others to build the critical network of support that funds and enables the work of carefully matching children with caring families. Learn more...

Boys and Girls Clubs of South Alabama

The Boys and Girls Club of South Alabama’s purpose is to provide year-round youth development programs designed to enhance the quality of life for the young people of Mobile County. Our programs are based on principles of behavioral guidance, which promote leadership, character, health and physical education and emphasize the importance of education and cultural growth. Purpose accomplishment means we are providing “The Positive Place for Kids.” Learn more...

Dumas Wesley Community Center

DWCC is a multi-service center committed to meeting the needs of the Crichton community by offering after school care, tutoring, a food pantry, a day program for senior citizens, a transportation program for senior citizen and neighborhood outreach. Learn more...

Team Focus

Team Focus was created for young men, without a father figure in their lives, to provide them with role models and positive influences that will bridge the father gap and help develop them as leaders to become a positive influence in the world and support them in achieving the ultimate victory – walking in the destiny God has planned for them. Learn more...

Goodwill Easter Seals of the Gulf Coast

Serving 12 counties in the Alabama‐Florida gulf coast region, Goodwill Easter Seals provides programs and services to help individuals and families overcome challenges due to disabilities or other barriers that impact economic well‐being, self-sufficiency and quality of life. Learn more...

Upcoming Events

Latest News

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  • The City of Mobile Proclaims January as “Mentoring Month”

The City of Mobile has proclaimed that January 2014 has been designated as “Mentoring Month.” Due to increased research, the city recognizes that children engaged in professionally supported mentoring programs are more likely to finish high school and attend college. The Mayor, Sandy Stimpson, has given his support to the South Alabama Mentoring Coalition in […]

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  • Mentor Pride Launches Their New Website

The South Alabama Mentoring Coalition has come together to create Mentor Pride in an effort to raise awareness about the need for male mentors across all of their partnering programs. Mentor Pride announces the launch of the new website, mentorpride.org, targeting males to volunteer as mentors to impressionable kids in the Mobile area. The website […]

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  • Mentor Pride Highlights Need for Male Mentor on Local15 News

Click here to watch the video link above to see Aimee Risser, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Alabama and Royce Ray, Corporate Big with American Equality Underwriters; Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Alabama’s 2014 Big of the Year, as they talk about the need and importance of Mentors and the launch […]

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