You Can Bring Promise to Youth and FamiliesPromise Neighborhoods offer a strategic approach to helping kids reach their full potential
Helping Youth Become Leaders in their Lives, their Families and their Neighborhoods
MentorKids USA equips and empowers youth in under-served communities in the Phoenix area to become transformative leaders in their lives, their families and their communities, allowing those youth to reach their full potential. We offer support in academics, leadership development, spiritual development, and life skills.
In order to help kids, you also have to work with the community around them. Promise Neighborhoods bring together youth, families, mentors, volunteers, churches, local businesses and other partners in under-served communities with the purpose of creating long-term solutions to the challenges facing our youth.
Sign up for a Promise Tour!
Sign up for a Promise Tour!
In just an hour we’ll introduce you or your organization to the great work you are helping to make happen at one of our Promise Neighborhoods. And you get to meet some absolutely amazing kids!
Volunteer at a Promise Neighborhood
South Phoenix Promise Neighborhood
(32nd Street and Broadway)
*All MentorKids programs are offered at no cost to attendees.
Offered for children grades K-5 Monday through Friday. The daily schedule includes homework help, reading support, snack and activities.
The Leadership Discovery and Expedition (LEAD) program is a youth leadership development program that runs Monday through Friday for youth in grades six through eight.
The iLEAD program offers paid and volunteer opportunities for high school students to work with younger children in the MentorKids programs.
Summer Enrichment Program:
A no-cost, seven-week summer program focusing on summer reading, college prep, and career/ post-secondary planning.
We offer programs throughout the year to help parents set goals, increase reading at home, and we assist parents by attending parent-teacher meetings.
Activities have included the development of the God’s Garden Community Park, carried out in partnership with First Pentecostal Church, Valley Presbyterian Church, and community residents.
Palomino Promise Neighborhood
(32nd Street and Greenway)
Includes a program for first-third graders to help with reading, homework and offering spiritual growth sessions; and a program for fourth-sixth graders, combining homework health with the use of physical activities to learn leadership and teamwork skills.
Helps mothers learn parenting skills and how to help kids succeed in school.
Summer Splash Camp:
A program offered in conjunction with Scottsdale Bible Church, including reading skills, water safety classes, Bible study
South Scottsdale Promise Neighborhood
(68th Street and Osborn)