2017 Annual 4C Mentor Program Bonfire
Free Backpacks from the Azeem Victor Dream Foundation at the Bonfire … August 25 at Alki Beach
This year, we are excited to let you know we are partnering with the Azeem Victor Dream Foundation and will be giving out backpacks filled with school supplies at the 2017 Annual 4C Mentor Program Bonfire.
We’ll be at Aki Beach on August 25, 2017.
There will be live music and entertainment, and food.
Each year we have games and our annual mentor mentee treasure hunt and Bonfire with s’mores and more!
The Azeem Victor Foundation back packs and supplies will go to 4C mentees … but we have something for all the kids.
The date is Friday, August 25th from 4:00pm -9:00pm.
Hope to see current past mentors and mentees join us!
Azeem Victor has chosen the 4C Coalition Mentor Program (www.the4ccoaltion.org) as one of three non-profit programs he will be supporting through his Azeem’s Dream Foundation.
The UW linebacker was a mentor for Seattle youth while a student at the University of Washington. He was impressed with the 4C’s mentoring program, and is committed to supporting and promoting the 4C’s mission.
Azeem learned about the 4C mentoring program through his American Ethnic Studies professor, “She told me it would be a good experience for me. I wanted to gain some knowledge on how to work with kids. I wanted to learn how to be a mentor.”
The 4C Mentor Program provides mentors to 125 youths annually in King County. These are typically youths involved in King County Superior Court and young people referred to us by the Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative.
The 4C also partners with the Seattle CARES Mentoring Movement.
The 4C Coalition Mentor Program is a collaboration between Seattle-area churches and the King County Superior Court.