National Care’s Mentoring Movement


National Cares Mentoring Movement

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National Care’s Mentoring Movement

National CARES Mentoring Movement is a pioneering community-galvanizing movement dedicated to alleviating intergenerational poverty among African Americans. It offers Black children in low-income families and unstable communities the social, emotional and academic supports they need to unleash their potential and graduate from high school prepared to succeed in college or vocational-training programs and 21st-century careers.

They instill hope, critical thinking skills, racial pride, and a love for learning and wellness in mind, body and spirit. 

“Our beloved young ones come to understand that they are greater than even their greatest challenges, authors of their futures, as they share their stories and heal together, supported by our trained psychologists, social workers and volunteer mentors in CARES’ wide-spreading Wellness Mentoring Circles. Our students and children in detention learn to transform their thinking and behaviors, how to love themselves, as well as one another, and prepare for success in school, careers and life.” 

In 2020 for efforts of contributing to be the change Operation Impact was able to donate $6000 towards their movement!