Frequently Asked Questions

How and where can I donate?

You can visit our donations page to support our ministry.

How can I start the counseling referral process?

You can request a referral here.

How do you vet the counselors you use?

Our counselors are referred to us and go through a vetting process that includes but is not limited to: an interview, references, background check, license verification, and a discovery of their training and specialties.

How can I get involved?
  1. Join the Prayer Team email
  2. Become a financial partner
  3. Partner by volunteering your time and talents email
  4. Become a Mentor: MentorSuccess™ email


Where are MentorSuccess programs held?

Mentor Success programs are held on site at the child's schooling grounds.

Why was my student nominated for the MentorSuccess program?

The MentorSuccess™ program serves to help successful students become even more successful, and struggling students shine. Students are recommended for the MentorSuccess™ program by teachers and school staff for a variety of The goal of MentorSuccess™ is to create a caring connection to equip students with skills that will not only inspire short-term success as young leaders but also build fundamental skills they will use for the rest of their lives! Find out more about MentorSuccess™ learning objectives on our program website

How long are mentoring sessions? How many times a week?

Mentoring sessions are typically once a week for 45 – 55 minutes.

When are mentoring sessions held? Will my student have to miss class time or recess?
That is a great question! Mentoring sessions differ by school and are typically scheduled through the collaboration of the MentorSuccess™ Program Administrator and parents/guardians. While lunch, recess, and after school sessions are popular, we will work with you to find a time that is most beneficial to your student.
What does a mentoring session look like?

Mentors are encouraged to arrive 10-15 minutes early, if possible, to sign-in at the school office and review their Mentor Toolkit. Once the student arrives, mentors and students will often spend time in conversation, read & discuss a book together, and then engage in a skill-building game or activity. *Mentors have the opportunity to sit-in on a mentoring session before they begin mentoring.

What is it like to be a mentor? How do I become a mentor?

Have a passion for seeing students succeed through mentorship? Have questions about what it is like to be a mentor with MentorSuccess™? We would love to connect with you! Please contact us at

Do mentors have to pass a background check?

Absolutely. All mentors go through a thorough vetting process and are required to pass a background check and receive training before they begin mentoring. As volunteers, mentors are subject to all volunteer requirements for the school or site at which they mentor. Our priority is the safety and wellbeing of our students and mentors. All mentoring is held in a designated open and supervised space. For further information on mentoring guidelines and policies, please contact

How can my church or organization partner with His Heart Foundation?

We would love the opportunity to partner with you and support your service to local schools in the community! We have several opportunities to be part of the mission. Email to find out.