LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- In an effort to find Victory Over Violence, more than 100 Arkansans have already committed to becoming a mentor, and half of them are already matched to students just like Madison Henderson.
"I love after school coming up here."
You'll find 11-year-old Madison, at Billy Mitchell Boys and Girls Club every day after school working on homework .
"When we come here, I get to do math," she said.
She has big plans for the future, Madison wants to be a doctor, a judge, a dancer and a singer and she would like a mentor to help her reach her goals.
She would also just love to hang out with her mentor.
"Talk about how's my day, good and great stuff and play basketball games and have a great time."
She would like to be matched with someone who likes to have fun.
"Playful, goofy mentor,but not like all the time."
She is also searching for someone she can look up to as a role model.
"They're like a big brother or sister, they'll help you with anything you need help with."
It only takes one hour a week to be a mentor to make a lifelong impact for a child.
If you would like to sign up to be a mentor, you can sign up below.
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