JUMP (Judah United Mentor Project), BAM (Bears and Mentors) and SMAK (Sutter Mentors and Kids) are mentoring programs where at-risk children connect with a caring, supportive adult once a week during their school-scheduled lunch hour.Learn More
Folsom's Hope offers STARs (Students Together Achieving Results) -- an after-school program for Grades 3-5 providing activities and peer tutoring, which matches students with tutors from Folsom High and Folsom Lake college.Learn More
Community Potluck events offer a fun and relaxed way to get to know the volunteers, staff and families involved in Folsom’s Hope programs. Bring your family, bring a dish to share, and be ready to have fun!Learn More
Folsom's Hope has taken on the goal of building a family resource center on land just adjacent to Theodore Judah Elementary School. The center will provide a central place to serve the needs of Folsom's at-risk children and their families. Find out more about this ambitious project and how you can help!Learn More
Schools are the place where many family and community dysfunctions come to the surface in our kids. Learn how Folsom's Hope and other Sacramento churches are partnering with schools to address the unmet needs of our most at-risk children...
One hour, once a week can change lives -- both for a child and his or her mentor. Learn how a simple gift of time can make all the difference!Read More
Bryan is a Folsom's Hope mentor who works with Jacob, one of our most at-risk children. Read about Bryan's mentor experience...Read More