is Kid-to-Kid Mentoring?
to Kid Mentoring
is a volunteer program that gives kids ages 8 and up a chance
to do a community service by helping children with special
needs take part in sports, activities, or just develop
are given hands-on training about various disabilities.
They can then participate in programs that interest
receive certificates of community service for their time.
Kid-to-Kid Mentoring brings friendships and hope to
children and their families, and in return, brings a sense of
accomplishment to those who volunteer. It is an incredible contribution that impacts the community
and the future.
Kid-to-Kid Mentor Training.
PEC will give information and provide hands on learning that
will help to educate those interested in being a mentor about
our children with special needs.
You will learn about various conditions such as autism,
visual and hearing impairments, developmental disabilities,
etc. The training
stations will give the opportunity to “feel” what it is
like to have a disability and how to work with and be a
companion to children with special needs.
A certificate of completion will be awarded to all who
certificate will enable you to work with any of our special
needs programs in Butler.
If you have questions or
your child would like to be a mentor in the Kid-to-Kid
Mentoring program please contact Butler PEC at (973) 283-9788