Kids Hope

"In the year 2026, we will adopt and invest in 10 local schools with more than 500 volunteers."

Mentoring makes a big difference in the life of an at-risk child. We partner with an organization called Kids Hope USA that gives us a platform to mentor children in our local schools. As the body of Christ, we understand what it means to be faithful, caring, and share unconditional love. Through the power of relationships, we see these children build resilience and confidence!

(A story of how Kids Hope is impacting local schools – from school administrators & mentors.)

 "Together, we can make a life-long impact in the local schools in our community, one young heart at a time."

Ready to Become a Mentor?


Take your first step towards giving a child hope.

Apply Here


Training helps equip mentors to build life-changing relationships with kids.


Kids Hope Directors & school counselors will match each elementary student with a mentor. Mentors must be members of Fielder Church.


Meet with your student one hour a week during the school day.

One Child. One Hour.

Kids Hope USA mentors spend just one hour per week, reading, talking, playing and listening to a child at school. By helping the child feel loved and valued, they help that child to learn, grow and succeed. We know that God has called our church to invest in kids’ lives in a significant way through this mentoring program.

Kids Hope Schools & Directors

We are currently in 9 local schools with 200+ mentors!

Adams Elementary

Kay Douglas

Pope Elementary

Donna Winborne

Williams Elementary

Kristie Winfield

Lynn Hale Elementary

Kelly Hynson

Key Elementary

Crissy Dazey

Newman Academy

Liz McMurry

Remynse Elementary

Elaine Hughes

Wood Elementary

Sheila Cunningham

Florence Hill Elementary

Christine Ballard

Connie Holland

Lead Kids Hope Director

Amanda McNulty

Local Missions Director

Cathy Shaffer

Volunteer Coordinator

Contact Us

If you have any questions about this program or becoming a mentor please contact our Lead Kids Hope Director, Connie Holland.