Founded by Susan Taylor, The National CARES Mentoring Movement has one purpose: to end the state of emergency in Black America by connecting you and other caring adults in your network to the mentoring opportunities presently in your community. We are launching the largest mentor-recruitment effort in the nation to fill the pipelines of the thousands of organizations that are already serving disproportionate numbers of Black children who are desperately waiting for mentors. Our caring White sisters and Brothers are more fully engaged in mentoring Black children than able Black adults are. Now we must step up.

Susan’s Words…

“In January 2008, I left Essence magazine after 37 years to join with community leaders in mounting the largest mentoring movement in the history of the nation. Founded in 2006 as Essence Cares, the National CARES Mentoring Movement is today a fast-growing coalition of some of the nation's most trusted organizations, concerned Black Americans and caring supporters.”

Reader Comments (2)

I had the pleasure of meeting Susan last month while volunteering as a mentor recruiter during the LA CARES faith-based initiative. She's a MAGNIFICIENT WOMAN! Soft spoken, beautiful and simply a timeless beauty physically, mentally and spiritually. I am blessed to have crossed her path, and this was all due to my connection with Barbara A. Perkins, Executive Director Los Angeles CARES Mentoring Movement. Barbara is my colleague’s life coach, and is sure to be highlighted on this site very very soon!

March 3, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterWendy Rose

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