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Hope For Tomorrow Mentoring Program

Empowering Teens In Life and Work.

Hopeful for Fall 2021

“Hope smiles from the threshold of the year to come, whispering it will be happier” – Alfred Lord Tennyson (penned circa 1810-1820)

Lord Tennyson’s message has never been more resonating 200 years later.

There is no doubt that we are currently living in unprecedented times. While the COVID-19 virus still affects our daily lives, there are many things we can be hopeful for: when we can hug our loved ones safely, when we can gather and reconnect with friends, when we can be fully vaccinated, and when all kids are back to school.

In a year that has left all of us impacted in so many ways, we realize that our students need us now more than ever. We are very grateful to our educators who have embraced this unique set of circumstances, rising to the challenge to ensure our kids continue to receive the highest quality education possible.

We continue to be encouraged and are hopeful to be back in the schools this fall with an exciting new curriculum!

Stay safe and stay well.


Karen LaBate, Chair
Hope for Tomorrow

Youth Mentoring Programs

Our Mission & Program

Hope for Tomorrow empowers young teens to realize their full personal and academic potential by reinforcing critical life skills through mentoring relationships with caring adults.

Hope for Tomorrow is a nonprofit organization based in Minnesota. Monthly educational and experiential sessions focused on building life skills needed for success are held at partner schools. Mentors guide middle school students to help them gain confidence in making decisions and taking actions that will lead to a successful transition to high school – and beyond.

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Why Become a Mentor?

A mentor is genuinely interested in helping another person improve as a person. The supportive, healthy relationships formed between mentors and mentees are both immediate and long-term. 

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