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    “Ethos is no longer involved in the Capital Men Project. Please contact UEL for Information regarding the mayor’s mentoring scheme”

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    The Mayor’s Mentoring Programme is a £1.3m project that will see boys aged 10 – 16 have face to face contact with mentors for at least two hours a week.

    The mentors will support their mentees in all areas of their lives including sport activities, homework and general guidance.

    Boris Johnson said: “I want my scheme to reach out to those who may fall prey to the lure of gangs and violence and place them with positive, hard working males who can help guide them.”

    The programme has already attracted 1700 volunteers to be mentors and more are encouraged to come forward.

    Footballer Ian Wright, who is the face of the campaign, said: “I was lucky enough to have a brilliant mentor when I was a kid and he helped me develop my passion for football into a great career.”

    Ambassador and developer of the scheme, Ray Lewis, noted how many young black boys grow up in single parent households: “Although there are man strong women raising boys single handedly, mentoring can help lighten their load and have a dramatic, positive effect.”

    The seven boroughs involved in the scheme are Brent, Croydon, Hackney, Haringey, Lambeth, Waltham Forest and Southwark.

    Mayor’s Mentoring Scheme

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