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HELP YOUR CHILD REALIZE THEIR POTENTIAL.

PROGRAMS FOR LITTLES

Bigs and Littles are matched with attention to complementary personalities, interests, and general lifestyle.

QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS

Live in Flathead or Missoula County • Be between the ages of 6 and 16
• Complete the enrollment process • Child and parent/guardian agree to be matched • Follow program guidelines • Communicate monthly with program staff 

COMMUNITY-BASED PROGRAM

Community-based matches have fun going to the movies, fishing, eating lunch, crafting art projects, and participating in our agency planned activities and celebrations.

YOUR CHILD'S BIG WILL

Be at least 18 years of age • Commit to consistent mentorship for at least 1-year • Spend 8-12 hours each month with your Little

SCHOOL-BASED PROGRAM

In the school-based program, Lunch Pail Pals,” visit their Little’s school once a week throughout the school year. Mentors visit during school hours in a designated area.

YOUR CHILD'S BIG WILL

Be at least 17 years of age • Commit to the program for at least 1 academic year • Visit Little at their school 1-hour weekly during school hours

CHILD SAFETY IS PRIORITY

Your child's safety is most important. Each match is closely monitored and supported by a professionally trained match specialist.

Your child's safety is most important. Each match is closely monitored and supported by a professionally trained match specialist. All mentor applicants go through extensive screening prior to being accepted as a Big.

THIS PROCESS INCLUDES

Completing an official application • Running a criminal background and driving record check Speaking to personal references Conducting a thorough in-person interview

FAMILY PARTNERSHIPS

When it comes to the future of our children and the well-being of our communities, we are all in this together! In order for the mentoring relationships to be successful, we need the parents or guardians to be involved and engaged every step of the way.