Several times a year, we conduct live mentor trainings in cities outside of our program area (OKC). During the training, we will brief your staff as well as help you recruit mentors and then train them at your event. The goal of these mentor trainings is to: 1) Strengthen and expand your existing mentoring community or 2) Help you launch a new mentoring community in your city.Read More
Ever heard of Footgolf? It’s like golf, with your foot (and a soccer ball). We had a blast at Hidden Creek Golf Course for our August 2018 #TMProjectMentorMoment. Special thanks to Indoor Soccer Arenas and the Northwest Classen soccer team for letting us borrow soccer balls. Thanks also to J Maness Photography for the incredible photos. Full album can be viewed on our FB Page (Facebook.com/TMProject.org).Read More
The Mentoring Project's #MentorToolkit has allowed several groups to start and / or enhance their own mentoring initiatives. Those who use TMProject's resources are considered Mentor Link organizations, and our Mentor Link Spotlight series will highlight those programs and their successes. Today we feature Anna Purpero of Paper City Mentoring Project in Chillicothe, Ohio.Read More
Join us at Dodge City Paintball for our September 2018 #TMProjectMentorMoment! Please let us know if you plan to attend with an RSVP to email@example.com.
When: Saturday, September 8, 2018 from 10:45am to 1:00pm
Where: Dodge City Paintball located at 16425 NW 150th, Yukon, OK 73009
The story of fatherlessness is being written into the heart of our generation. It is heard in our songs, seen in our movies, read in our blogs. It is a story of shame, loneliness, and rejection. A story of missed potential.
But fatherlessness is more than a personal tragedy. It is a growing epidemic. Fatherlessness is the driving force behind gangs, teenage pregnancy, drug abuse, and suicide. And all too often, the fatherless are either marginalized or ignored.
Weaving in his own experience of fatherlessness, TMProject President John Sowers shows how awareness, compassion, and intentional intergenerational mentoring can offer a generation hope - hope that will write new stories for generations to come.Read More
We got caught up in the wild world of NBA Free Agency this summer, and then Team Louisiana United (playing in this summer's The Basketball Tournament on ESPN) reached out to ask about highlighting TMP on their #TBT2018 quest. So we decided to play a little basketball.Read More
Over the years we have come to realize there are several individuals and groups that share our heart for the fatherless generation, and they want to make a difference. Which is one of the reasons why we created the #TMProjectMentorToolkit.
The #MentorToolkitis designed to make you a great mentor. Our Mentor Toolkit has been used in over 400 communities all across the world, and it will equip you for your mentoring journey.
The kit is offered in two collections - individual and small group.Read More
Jerame McNeal Sr, General Manager of Team Louisiana United in this summer's TBT Basketball Tournament on ESPN, recently reached out to ask if he and his team of professional ballers could highlight The Mentoring Project and our cause on this national stage.
Join us at Crossings Community Center for a TBT Watch Party as Team Louisiana United kicks off their quest on Saturday, July 14 at 8am CDT.Read More
Jerame McNeal Sr, General Manager of Team Louisiana United in this summer's TBT Basketball Tournament on ESPN, recently reached out to ask if he and his team could highlight The Mentoring Project and our cause on this national stage.
The Basketball Tournament (TBT) claims to be the most intense competition in the world - a winner take all battle, featuring several pro, semi-pro and post collegiate players, worth 2 million in prize money and bragging rights. Anyone can enter a team, and fans determine who plays and share in the prize.
This is a competition Jerame has participated in the last couple years. This year's motivation is a little different, though.Read More
It doesn't take much to create a fun #MentorMoment. Sometimes just a kickball and a bunch of really rad mentors and mentees. This is our second year in a row to play, and we think it's going to turn into a fun tradition for years to come!Read More
Jeremy Seick, founder of World's Best Dad, recently reached out to let us know he started a company centered around “Nostalgic Memorabilia for Today's Dad” The goal is to encourage dads with daily reminders of how vital their role is to their kids, family and ultimately society as a whole. He plans to do this through branded World's Best Dad memorabilia that draws from nostalgic items he grew up giving his dad, with a relevant spin.
Here's the kicker, Jeremy wants to give 25% of the proceeds to the 25 MILLION kids that are growing up fatherless in the U.S., and he has selected The Mentoring Project as his first and main outlet for giving.Read More
Special thanks to Life.Church NW OKC for sponsoring this event, and for granting The Mentoring Project an opportunity to continue resourcing and creating new, fun and meaningful experiences for mentors and mentees in OKC and beyond. Thanks also to J Maness Photography for the incredible photos.Read More
Announcing The Mentoring Project's May 2018 Mentor Moment:
OKC mentors, let's get outside and enjoy the weather and a good old fashioned game of kickball! Bust out those headbands and long socks or whatever it is that gets you jazzed for competition. We'll play a few innings and then finish our time off with ice cream and popsicles. You can get in the game with an RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More