Mentoring Collective Kick-Off with Kingdom Partners

The Mentoring Collective will kick-off with a Press Conference on Tuesday, February 22nd at 11 am at Hardy Elementary School. United Way of Greater Chattanooga, The City of Chattanooga, Kingdom Partners, and Big Brothers Big Sisters will each speak to the importance of this new city-wide initiative. The Mentoring Collective aims to mobilize the faith-community to mentor youth. The Mentoring Collective will partner with churches to employ Mentoring Coordinators in churches with a goal of recruiting mentors for multiple community partners that currently provide mentoring services to youth. Mentors and mentees will be paired in mentoring relationships through local organizations with group or individual mentoring.

February 18, 2022
February 18, 2022

Kingdom Partners aligns with Community Partners to Launch Mentoring Collective 

Mentoring Initiative City-Wide Kick-Off
February 22, 2022
11 am – Hardy Elementary
 

Chattanooga, TN (February17, 2022) – Kingdom Partners mission is to provide kingdom transformation with kingdom solutions. In order to provide this transformation, Kingdom Partners has partnered with other community organizations to launch the MentoringCollective. Kingdom Partners and local community partners aim to create mentoring opportunities for youth by empowering the Church and community to move into more formal mentoring relationships. These partners include Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Chattanooga, City of Chattanooga Youth and Family Development Centers, Community Forward Schools and, United Way of Greater Chattanooga. Oliver Richmond,” President of Kingdom Partners shared his enthusiasm about this new initiative. “This is the first big idea to come out of charity to change churches cohort. We believe relationships is one of the keys to helping our youth flourish in life.”

The Mentoring Collective will kick-off with a Press Conference on Tuesday, February 22nd at 11 am at Hardy Elementary School. United Way of Greater Chattanooga, The City of Chattanooga, Kingdom Partners, and Big Brothers Big Sisters will each speak to the importance of this new city-wide initiative. The Mentoring Collective aims to mobilize the faith-community to mentor youth. The Mentoring Collective will partner with churches to employ Mentoring Coordinators in churches with a goal of recruiting mentors for multiple community partners that currently provide mentoring services to youth. Mentors and mentees will be paired in mentoring relationships through local organizations with group or individual mentoring.

Each partner will adhere to Mentoring Standards to ensure child safety and positive youth outcomes. Big Brothers Big Sisters will provide training for all mentors.

For more information about Kingdom Partners, visit https://.kingpartners.org

August 2, 2022

Hiring: Bradley County Program Specialist

The Bradley County Program Specialist is a part-time (30 hours/week) position that works with the Program team to implement all program services within Bradley County. This includes collaboration with local partners and developing new partner relationships to implement services and recruit volunteers. This position is responsible for supporting volunteer mentors and mentees in mentoring relationships including providing ongoing guidance and support to Littles, Parents/Guardians, and Volunteer Bigs on a regular basis. The Program Specialist monitors mentoring interactions and offers insights and advice to ensure child safety, facilitate healthy relationship development and promote positive youth outcomes.

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June 17, 2022

BBBS of Greater Chattanooga Holds 29th Annual Bass Fishing Tournament

Congratulations to the winners of our 29th Annual Bass Fishing Tournament! We had 8 matches join us for the competition, which was held on January 4th at Harrison Bay Park. The event was sponsored by local bass anglers Warren Behlau and Ed Ricklefs.

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June 7, 2022

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Chattanooga to break ground on new Mentoring Hub

Big Brothers Big Sisters of GreaterChattanooga will break ground on the renovation and expansion of their current space at 2015 Bailey Ave on June 9. The groundbreaking ceremony, which begins at 1 p.m., will launch the community phase of fundraising for the Warner Mentoring Hub.

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