After her kids had all grown up and moved out, Donette Griffin missed being involved with youth. The company she works for in Blue Grass Iowa would regularly send out emails inviting employees to mentor youth through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Muscatine Count. Employees were encouraged to have lunch with mentees during the week. Finally, she reached out to her boss to ask about getting involved.
“I was very involved with my own kids’ activities,” Donette explains. “I see the difference in kids with parents who are involved versus kids whose parents aren’t. I wanted to be there for.. Read More