£40,000 for Mentoring

For young people, having a mentor to help guide you through your formative years can have a significant effect on your future, especially if you’re growing up in poverty, have difficult family circumstances, or struggle with behavioural problems.
The MCF’s £40,000 grant to Bolton charity, @BLGCofficial is part-funding a Mentoring Coordinator who will act as a one-to-one volunteer mentor for a disadvantaged or ‘at risk’ young person aged 8-18 years old, so they can gain invaluable life skills such as employability, self confidence and resilience.
🔎 Find out more about our support for children and young people here: mcf.org.uk/impact/our-work-in-your-community/children-and-young-people/