My Mentor

I met my mentor at a St. Patrick's Day event & the theme was green (lol). We just clicked it seemed; we made three green desserts together & since then we've been inseparable.

I knew David was the right mentor for me because we both share love for a lot of the same things and once we started communicating it was like I had found someone who finally understands me & can alter my thinking in a positive way.

Thoughts from a DCFYI Mentee

Hello all. My name is Cierra. First I'd like to say thank you on behalf of the mentees of DCFYI all for your interests in becoming a mentor, or supporting a foster care youth. Today I am going to share my story of my mentor and I and also give some tips.
Here are the top 5 things that a volunteer with DCFYI should know:
  1. Being in Foster Care has some good days and some bad days. A mentor should be a support system when you're doing bad or good.