The Restoration Project Foundation Blog
Real Champions mentors share their hopes and dreams for their mentees in the 2022-2023 school year.
Restoration Project Foundation Mentor Partner Leaders offer back-to-school advice for success in school.
One trusted adult can make a world of difference in a student’s life. In 2015, Restoration Project Foundation (RPF) co-founders Craig Wooten and James Galyean made it their mission to create an organization dedicated to connecting every child in South Carolina with a mentor who could inspire them to develop their talents, achieve academic success, and reach their full potential.
In this issue, we highlight Restoration Project Foundation Executive Director Matt Bailey. Matt is devoted to making a difference in the lives of kids.
Mentorship Programs in South Carolina that are making a difference include the New Hope Leadership Academy.
The youth of a country are its future assets. Therefore, the fact that countless children, teenagers, and young adults are dropping out of schools and colleges or getting involved in risky behavior is rather alarming.
January is National Mentoring Month! During this month, programs across the United States celebrate the power of mentorship.
We believe that personal connections are vital. And, that is especially true for children who are struggling in school.