Every week Boys to Men mentors show up at middle schools, high schools and foster care facilities to give teenage boys a community of mentors who listen, encourage and believe in them. 75% of the boys in the program are growing up without a father.
The community based mentoring approach give boys a variety of male role models who show up consistently, tell the truth about our struggles as men, ask the boys what kind of man they want to be, praise them for their gifts, support them when they screw up, and encourage them to become the man they want to be.
School records show boys who participated in Boys to Men:
Marshall Faulk supports Boys to Men
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