We are so saddened to share the news of David Hunter's passing. David was not only a brilliant businessman, but he was also a dedicated community leader, supporting and giving back to numerous non-profits and educational institutions in Southwestern PA and across the country. A strong advocate for mentoring, David served on The Mentoring Partnership's Board of Directors for 9 years and helped to guide the organization to where it is today. His kind words, brilliant smile, thoughtful leadership and amazing generosity have truly impacted TMP and mentoring overall. He will be missed and our thoughts and prayers are with his family during this difficult time. Memorial contributions can be made to the Clark-Hunter Foundation via Hunter Associates.
New Promise Coaches Mentoring Initiative Helps More Students Be "Promise Ready"
Led by Mayor Luke Ravenstahl's servePGH initiative, with support from The Mentoring Partnership, the United Way of Allegheny County, the Pittsburgh Public Schools (PPS), the Pittsburgh Promise, and the Mayor’s Office of Youth Policy, the Promise Coaches Initiative aims to increase the number of "Promise Ready" students and post-secondary graduates by equipping adults with the skills to mentor young people. Funded by a $100,000 grant from The Coca-Cola Foundation, the program kicked off this month and workshops are now being held throughout the City. Click here to learn more.