January is National Mentoring Month and United Way Capital Area wants to celebrate our 1 Hour for Kids local mentors.
Meet Alix Floyd, Director of Leadership Giving at United Way Capital Area who has mentored through Big Brothers Big Sisters since June 2009.
“I mentor because a small commitment on my part can mean a huge difference in the life of a young person. I’ve been granted every advantage in life and it is my duty to pay it forward. I had the blessing of having parents, grandparents, teachers, and friend who were all invested in my success. Without their guidance my life would have been very, very different. I want all kids to have the advantage of supportive, caring, invested adults.”
Make a difference in your community by becoming a 1 Hour for Kids mentor today!