Mentoring is one way to make a huge difference in a person's life—especially your own! Or, make a difference by becoming a tutor to show your expertise in a particular subject and develop an ongoing friendship.
Learn more about mentoring and tutoring opportunities with affiliates serving children, youth, immigrants, and adults with disabilities during the 2022-2023 academic year.
Center for All Abilities
Center for All Abilities seeks to serve individuals with special needs and their families through creative, educational and spiritual enrichment in a faith-guided environment.
Do For One
Do For One promotes neighborly caring by engaging volunteers ('advocates') in one-to-one relationships and supportive communities with disabled adults ('partners').
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army provides after school programs for kids in NYC through their GAINS program at five locations in Brooklyn and Manhattan.
Young Life is a non-denominational Christian ministry that reaches out to adolescents.
Youth for Christ
Youth for Christ serves incarcerated and formerly incarcerated youth, in Brooklyn and the Bronx, through relational programs that encourage conversation and build capacity for success.
A House on Beekman
A House on Beekman supports the children and families of the South Bronx by delivering holistic long-term care and services to break the cycles of spiritual, emotional, educational and economic poverty.
Garden of Hope
Garden of Hope dedicates itself to serving, caring and rebuilding the lives of Chinese immigrant women and children whom have been exposed to domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking.
Graffiti 2 Community Ministries serves children and teens in the Mott Haven neighborhood of the South Bronx through after school and community programs.
Safe Families for Children
Safe Families for Children creates extended family-like support for families in crisis through a community of compassionate volunteers.
Urban Hope uplifts children, teens and youth in the West Brighton community (North Shore of Staten Island.
Brooklyn Arab American Friendship Center
Brooklyn Arab American Friendship Center is a place where Arab American families can learn ESL, develop meaningful friendships, and bridge cross-cultural barriers.
Hillside Center for Education
Hillside Center equips and supports immigrant families in NYC through educational and professional development so they flourish in their community
The Open Door
The Open Door empowers immigrants to successfully integrate, participate and contribute to the community through ESL, GED, and more classes.
REACH Family and Education Center
REACH Family and Education Center desires to help children and youth to develop a love of education to become agents of transformation in their community.