Season of Giving

Season of Giving

As the season of giving approaches, we often reflect on the things that matter most. What if you could make an enduring mark on someone’s life? What if, with a simple act, you could ignite a future full of promise, passion, and potential? Would you provide the gift of mentoring to a teen if you knew it would impact his future forever? It will!


At this upcoming Giving Tuesday, we’re on a mission to connect even more teens with mentors who can guide them, inspire them, and give them the hope and support they need. But to make this vision a reality, we need your help.

Please consider contributing to the T1L1 mission. Every penny, every share, every word of encouragement helps us get one step closer to ensuring that every teen has a Hope Mentor by his or her side.

To join us in this mission, kindly visit


Believing in Purpose & Potential

Mentoring can redefine the trajectory of a young person’s life. It can instill confidence, provide guidance, and offer a light at the end of the tunnel when the path gets rough. At Teach One to Lead One, we’ve seen the power of mentoring repeatedly. Every story of success, every bright-eyed teenager who achieves her goals, starts with someone like you believing in her purpose and potential.

On this Giving Tuesday, November 28, we reflect on 27 years of significant challenges and tremendous blessings. You’ve been a part of this journey as we mentored tens of thousands of students across our nation and world. We know we’re here today, bringing hope to kids because many someones like you from all walks of life have made it possible. Thank you!

You can text T1L1 GIFT to 404.574.6677, donate at, or send a check to T1L1 at PO Box 276, Acworth, GA 30101-0276

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Kids in Need

Navigating Today’s Challenges

by Dr. Lori Maldonado In today’s dynamic digital landscape, our teens are embarking on a journey teeming with opportunities for growth and positive transformations! However,

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Lifesaving Mentoring

Dr. Lori Maldonado I typically focus on positive and uplifting topics in my writing and conversations. However, I feel compelled to address the heavy issue


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