ROCHESTER, Minn. - There's a new non-profit program starting in Rochester, and its goal is to help disadvantaged youth find the right path to success.
The program is called "Hope Fuse." Manasseh Kambaki created the mentorship program for youth ages 10 to 21 years old.
He tells KIMT helping at-risk youth is something that can make a big difference.
“I think it's important that each kid depending on the age to have a mentor and a positive role model in their life just to show them and lead them into the right direction,” he said.
The new organization is still in the preliminary stages. They are looking for staff and volunteers to work for the new program.
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