Our mission is to support, engage and empower youth through mentoring.
For over a decade The Rose Circle Mentoring Network has served thousands of youth and trained hundreds of mentors throughout Jackson County. We partner with local agencies, schools and organizations such as Armadillo Technical Institute, Ashland High School, Boys and Girls Clubs, Central Medford High, Options, Talent Middle School and Children’s Advocacy Center and more. We offer mentor circles (community and school based) in a group setting as well as one-to-one mentoring for youth from age 10 to 24.
Your generous giving allows us to do the important work that we do to provide a safe space for our youth to be seen, heard and understood by trusted mentors. We rely solely on grant funding, generous donations from community supporters, board giving, fundraisers, and tax-deductible business gifts to expand our services to support local youth.
We invite you to explore our website and discover ways you can volunteer, make a donation, find a mentor, or be a mentor:
- Visit the “Get Involved” tab at the top of this page to discover how you can help.
- Learn more about our mentor training and circle facilitation certification to become a mentor.
- Discover how your fundraiser, grant funding, private donations or tax deductible business giving can support this important work throughout Jackson County. Explore ways to give here.