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Who We Are

Triple Threat Mentoring uses people’s passions to fight the cycle of poverty. Since 2007, we’ve used our passion-based programs and events to connect more than 40,000 at-risk youth with adults who love the same things they do. We help you Share Your Passion and Create Your Legacy.

 

Our Mission

To empower urban youth to realize their potential and inspire volunteers to leave a lasting legacy. We’re not just a youth organization. We’re an organization that facilitates relationships between youth and volunteers through our passion-based programs.
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The 3T Process

Triple Threat helps you share your passion and build relationships with under-resourced youth.

1: You have a passion.

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: Triple Threat helps you share your passion and build relationships.

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: You made an impact in someones life. Welcome to awesome!

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  1. yendi a johnson 2 years ago

    Im a single mother thats on disability my son was killed on november 12 2015 I used all the money i had saved to bury him n now im a struggling college student thats homeless well any ways im sharing my passion 219 200 6966

  2. Julius Mercer 2 years ago

    I am a former U.S. Olympic Hopeful/Author Of Educational Empowerment and my great friend Craig Hodges Formely of Chicago Bulls and 2 time NBA Champ woud love to get involved, Please contact me at 708-979-7397

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      Jordan 2 years ago

      Thanks for reaching out, Julius. I left you a message. Looking forward to catching up.

      -Jordan

  3. Cynthia Marquez 1 year ago

    I just wanted to thank Triple Threat Mentoring for coming out to the Correy Maggette Basketball Camp this passed weekend. You really inspired and touched my daughter Bri in a very special way. We appreciate the time and dedication, this means a lot to our girls who don’t always get the opportunities like this. Cannot express my sincere gratitude and applaud the work you are doing in our community. As a mother and community member, thank you.

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