"I really valued the connection I was able to make with my mentee and also with the other mentors. It made me feel really close to my community."
is the leading cause of death for young people
young people will experience bullying at school
are disengaged from education and work
feel negative or very negative about the future
Young people across Australia are experiencing an increasing number of challenges that impact their wellbeing. Through early intervention mentoring, we train volunteers to provide trusted adults who help young people navigate life's challenges and believe in themselves and others.
Based in high schools, we provide young people with a caring, independent volunteer mentor who shows up each week, just for them. With time to listen, one-to-one support with a mentor gives young people a voice, empowering them to cope better, today and in the future.Volunteer to mentor
At Raise, we do one thing and we do it really well - youth mentoring
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