White Bear Lake Central Middle School Feb. 22, 2013
Central Kids and Boston Scientific. "Wow. That was impressive."
3rd Annual Run for Hope 5k.
May 4, 2013
Mission: Help young people create individual road maps for their future by providing life skills through mentoring partnerships with successful adults.
On behalf of the Hope for Tomorrow board of directors and all our wonderful mentors, welcome to Hope for Tomorrow! We’re glad you stopped by.
So much about Hope for Tomorrow has changed since our humble beginnings in 1997. Since the idea for this mentoring program was conceived between two Minneapolis businesswomen, we’ve evolved into an organized, effective program by developing a governance committee and creating a standardized toolkit and curriculum for schools to adapt as they join us.
We’ve grown to include 13 chapters around the Twin Cities area, annually pairing mentors with more than 250 local girls and boys in need of female and male guidance and motivation. Consider the “ripple effect,” wherein an inspired person unconsciously inspires those around her/him, and just think of how many potential lives have been touched by Hope!
But there are more girls and boys out there who need this program, and more opportunities for Hope to spread. That’s why I’m so thrilled that Hope for Tomorrow recently achieved 501c(3) status—as a government-recognized charitable organization, we can now apply for more (and bigger) grants and receive more private and public-entity donations. That money will be vital as we strive to spread our message of Hope to more schools around Minnesota and, ultimately, in other states as well.
Thanks for visiting our website. If you like what you see and want more information about Hope for Tomorrow, please contact us at hopefortomorrow.org Until then, remember what our official Hope for Tomorrow affirmation reminds us: My journey is what I make of it!
-Darlene Miller, Board Chairwoman