National Mentoring Day – Sunday 27th October

Posted on 25/10/2019

Mentor Link provides long term one to one social and emotional support to vulnerable and distressed children. No qualifications are necessary, you just need to be a good listener, and role model with an interest in supporting young people. The role would be a minimum commitment of 1 hour a week with referred children generally during school hours, for at least a 6 month period.

This role is subject to safer recruitment checks, including 2 satisfactory references and an Enhanced DBS certificate. Induction training, and ongoing training is provided free of charge and travelling expenses paid.

Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer Mentor, or would like to support the charity raising awareness about their invaluable work; organising fundraising events please contact enquiries@mentorlink.org.uk Head Office 01299 822336.

Case Studies

Terri’s Story

13/12/2016

This is Terri's Story. Please click here to watch her film and find out more.

Luke’s Story

13/12/2016

This is Luke's Story. Please click here to watch his film and find out more.