The Black Rose Foundation for Children is in partnership with many organizations and agencies. Please feel free to connect with them.
Janice Johnson, Ph.D.
Strategic Services & Research Solutions
"Using Research to Create Community Solutions"
272 St. Cloud Avenue
West Orange, NJ
07052, (917) 273-9195
*Memphis City Schools CONNECT Mentoring Program
Training and support provided for placement in several Memphis City Schools. One-on-one mentoring during schools hours, 1 hour per week
Contact: Nellie Powell
FedEx African American Network
Phone: (901) 434-6260
Gospel At New Generation
Minister Joe "Uncle Joe" Hunter
255 St. Elmo Street
North Frayser Community Center
Phone: (901) 628-2262
A project of Families of Incarcerated Individuals, Inc., this mentoring program serves society’s most forgotten victims, children of incarcerated parents. One-on-one mentoring at program location as well as off-site activities.
Contact: Marquetta Moore
One-on-one mentoring for children residing at Youth Villages campus. On-site activities as well as trips off campus.
Contact: Tangina Sanders
Urban Youth Initiative
Several mentoring programs for youth managed by this Christian-based organization, serving children in the most challenging life circumstances.
Contact: Jeanette McKinley
*MIFA Teen Job Services
Career-oriented program to support teens preparing for employment. Mentors help with resume preparation, career exploration, and interview techniques.
Contact: Harry Cash
Memphis Athletic Ministries
Christian-based organization promoting positive youth development through a variety of sports activities. Opportunities for coaching athletic activities at several locations throughout Memphis.
Contact: Gib Vestal
*Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Memphis
One-on-one and group mentoring after school hours at several Boys and Girls Club locations in Memphis.
Contact: Tandra Shipp
Phone: 278-2947, ext. 109
*U.S. Dream Academy, Inc.
One-on-one mentoring and academic support for children of incarcerated parents with Memphis branch of nationally-acclaimed program. Mentoring takes place at three community center locations.
Contact: Vanessa Peterson
Exchange Club Family Center
Mentoring for adolescent boys and girls enrolled in the life skills development program to promote communication, coping, decision-making, and goal-setting skills.
Contact: Rebekah Ray
Phone: 276-2200, x134
National CARES Mentoring Movement
Center For The Advancement of Youth Development
Ujima Family Wellness Center
Memphis Fire Department
Womens Foundation For Greater Memphis
SMA Citizens' Center
Memphis Grizzlies Charitable Foundation
Children's Defense Fund
The Mentoring Center
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