Video gallery

Video gallery

Learn more about Mentoring Plus

What's mentoring all about?

Adult mentors and young people took time out of our recent Celebration event to talk about what mentoring means to them.

Celebrating mentoring

“Mentoring Plus is a life-changing charity”. Young people working with Mentoring Plus talk about changes they’d like to make, advice they’d offer their peers, and the difference volunteer mentors have made to them.

Celebrating our Queen's Award for Voluntary Service

After 20 years and well over 1,000 community volunteer mentors matched with children and young people, we were honored and delighted to be recognised with a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, equivalent to an MBE.

Our young people ask: could you volunteer as a mentor?

Mentees from Mentoring Plus worked with brilliant film students from Bristol-based Screenology to create their own film hoping to attract more adult volunteer mentors across Bath & NE Somerset. This activity was kindly funded by Comic Relief via Quartet Community Foundation.

Watch the film of our fashion show

Watch the film from our empowering, fundraising fashion show at Boston Tea Party, October 2018, co-hosted by our Girls’ Group, featuring Ali Vowles from BBC Points West and supported by volunteers from across our community.

Mentoring Plus girls' film

In November 2017 we held a conference exploring the challenges that girls from Mentoring Plus face growing up in Bath and North East Somerset. In preparation for the conference, our girls created this film working with film-maker Dan Martin which they shared at the event.

Why be a mentor?

Our mentors explain how Mentoring Plus works, the support they receive and why it’s so rewarding.

Hear my voice: why young people need mentors

Why do young people need great mentors? Hear teenagers working with Mentoring Plus explain in their own words how volunteer mentors are changing lives.

Care leaver and youth rep Bradley shares his story

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. At the age of 15 Bradley asked to be taken into care. This is his story.