‘Every kid in Cincinnati deserves a shot’
At Oyler’s Al Hampton Mentoring Center, Mia and her mentor picked out a book, sat side by side and began reading together like old friends.
It’s the kind of attention that could benefit many more low-income children throughout Greater Cincinnati. That’s why a local nonprofit is working to recruit 5,000 new volunteers over the next five years.
It’s part of a nationwide program called Generation to Generation, or Gen2Gen, which aims to mobilize one million adults to help children thrive.
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