Mentors and mentees form a level of trust during the RFK summer camp program. This bond can be carried over into a one-on-one mentoring relationship supervised through the RFK Mentoring Program and mentoring clubs.
Meet James. He shares what it’s like to serves as an RFK Mentor for a foster child in his community.
Life after camp…
Mentors and mentees have a special bond that was established during the week of Royal Family KIDS camp. After camp is over, that bond is carried over into a one on one mentoring relationship through Royal Family KIDS Mentoring Program.
Two important things happen at our mentoring program
Participating campers are matched with trained mentors from the RFK summer camp program
Mentors and their mentees spend four hours together each month doing fun activities and building healthy adult-to-child relationships.
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