Rappahannock United Way presents
Prosper Mentoring is a new United Way initiative designed to help women reach a higher level of economic stability. Over the course of 12 months, Prosper Mentoring will address all areas of a person’s life holistically (family life, health, finance, education and career), while each participant’s unique aspirations are valued by flexible, personalized goal-setting. The best part - it is provided at no cost to participants!
Prosper Mentoring is a combination of group workshops and one-on-one mentoring sessions. Our team of certified financial coaches will guide and encourage participants to think big and navigate obstacles as they invest in their own future.
Participants will set their own goals and work towards realizing their unique aspirations, shifting their lives from surviving to thriving.
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For more background information and supporting data on Prosper Mentoring CLICK HERE!
There is no financial cost to participate in Prosper Mentoring. Participants will be required to commit their time and energy to one monthly group session (up to 2 hours), and twice-monthly meet-ups with their Mentor (up to one hour each), for 12 months beginning September 2022.
Individuals may be eligible to participate if they are:
- Are woman
- Resident of City of Fredericksburg, counties of Caroline, King George, Spotsylvania, Stafford
- Between the age of 21 – 64 years
- Household Income at or below 80% AMI (CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS)
- Have stable housing
- Are motivated to participate and embrace change
Participant Interest Form – To be completed by the prospective participant.
The Participant Interest Form should include as much information as possible in order to best capture the prospective participant’s interest and readiness. Once this information is received, a Prosper Mentoring team member may call the prospective participant and/or the reference for a more in-depth screening in order to determine eligibility and program fit.
For More Information Contact:
Ashley Terry – Financial Stability Mentor
540-373-0041 x 302