Global Hope Missions was created due to our young people struggling to engage and connect with their peers and wider community, lack of confidence and low self-esteem, identity crisis and being involved in the justice system to name a few.
Home and family means everything to our young people and our team is dedicated to build and strengthen relationships with parents and their family. Research confirms that quality mentoring relationships can have a powerful and positive influence on the lives of young people as they grow and transition into adulthood.
Ultimately, mentoring connects a young person to personal growth and development, social and economic opportunity, hence why GHM uses the vehicles of creative arts, sports and mental health, leadership, academic and entrepreneurial projects, family events to make a difference in the lives of young people, their family and community. Mentoring is weaved into these vehicles and designed around the young person’s interest, strengths and purpose.
Our effective GHM mentors are caring and experienced educators, musicians, local athletes, youth practitioners, university students, pasifika liaisons, social entrepreneurs and parents who provide advice, support, access to best practice resources and advocacy.