There are so many ways to volunteer in the community these days and with the unique state of our world this year, the opportunities are endless to get involved and make a difference.

With National Mentoring Month upon us, we can reflect back on the many situations that the average adult struggled to handle as our community faced all of the unknowns in 2020, like a new virus, dramatic economic changes, racial tensions, record unemployment, and homelessness.

B.J. Dabler is the program coordinator for Project Hope and encourages you to follow Project Hope’s journey on Facebook, @projecthopementoring.

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