Dear Friends,
Thank you for helping the Mentors Project continue to provide quality one on one mentoring to Bibb County Public School, 7-12 grade children. The comprehensive mentoring program also offers wrap around services that include but are not limited to: teen pregnancy prevention, food pantry, school supplies, school shoes and clothing, providing medical and dental care, rental assistance, healthy life styles, anger management, financial literacy, drug awareness, etiquette class, college scholarships, HIV and AIDS education, and leadership academy. We would like to request a sponsorship for the September 17, 2016 Bowl-A-Thon. The Mentors Project Bowl-a-Thon is the program’s annual September fundraiser and the event is attended by more than 125 children, mentors and parents. The sponsorship levels are as follows: Platinum Sponsor $8,000.00
  • Gold Sponsor $5,000.00
  • Silver Sponsor $2,500.00
  • Bronze Sponsor $1,500.00
  • Banner Sponsor $1,000.00
  • Trophy $500.00
  • Team $400.00
  • Bowler $100.00
  • $1500.00 and up: Logo on the Bowl-A-Thon t-shirts, banner, and personal sign
  • $1,000.00 and up: Personal Banner Approximately 3’ x 11’ and personal sign
  • $400.00 and up: Personal Sign Approximately 3’ x 5’
Begun in 1990 to answer a community need identified by the Education Committee of the Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce, the Mentors Project—a dropout prevention program—matches successful, caring adults from the community with at-risk students from 14 Bibb County public middle and high schools. For twenty six years, mentors have been committing at least four hours a month to their protégés, in relationships that continue until the students graduate from high school, thus helping to insure that he or she has a post – secondary plan in mind and will become a productive citizen in the community. The Mentors Project 2015-2016 graduation rate was 100%. Thank you for your consideration in partnering with the Mentors Project to improve the graduation rate and promote healthy life styles in Bibb County, Georgia.
June O’Neal
Executive Director