Fit 2 Serve Youth Mentoring

Kids maximizing their God-given gifts to find and fulfill their purpose in life.

 Fit 2 Serve Youth Mentoring – Exposing Kids 2 Greatness

A non-profit organization dedicated to helping youth around the world in their pursuit to excellence through one on one mentoring

Fit 2 Serve Youth Mentoring Programs


Fit 2 Serve Youth Mentoring mentors motherless and fatherless kids allowing kids all over the world to be exposed to inspiring Christian mentors, musicians, entrepreneurs, and

athletes. Each Fit 2 Serve Youth Mentoring participant will learn ways to keep stretching themselves towards success, how not to be complacent, and how to simply enjoy lifes journey. Fit 2 Serve Youth Mentoring is a firm believer that “the journey is always sweeter than the arrival.” Fit 2 Serve Youth Mentoring participants will also learn to develop relationships and to be accountable for demonstrating belief in their own dreams.

A Call To Empower Our Kids

In the early 1960’s, approximately 5% of all children were born into homes with absent fathers. By 2004, that number had grown to 25%. Today, one in four children in America grow up without a father in the home. That statistic translates to more than 25 million children in the U.S.

The cost of fatherlessness.

Study after study shows that kids without a positive role model are more likely to engage in antisocial behavior.

  • 72% of all adolescent murders are committed by children who have grown up in fatherless homes. (Josh McDowell, author and lecturer)
  • Over 70% of prison inmates in America grew up in homes without their fathers (Josh McDowell, author and lecturer).
  • 85% of children with behavioral disorders come from fatherless homes (Center for Disease Control).
  • 71% of high school dropouts come from fatherless homes (National Principals’ Association Report on the Statistics of High Schools).
  • 75% of adolescents in chemical abuse centers come from fatherless homes (Rainbows for all God’s Children).
  • 70% of kids who live in state institutions are from fatherless homes (U.S. Department of Justice Special Report).
  • 85% of all kids locked up in youth prisons had no father involved in their lives (Texas Department of Corrections).

Mentoring: One Solution.

In a Landmark study on mentoring, 1,000 kids were taken from a mentoring program waiting list to be studied. Five hundred of the kids were matched with a mentor, and 500 were not. In just 18 months, kids matched with a mentor were 46% less likely to begin using illegal drugs, 33% less likely to engage in violence, 53% less likely to skip school, and 27% less likely to begin using alcohol.

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