Networking for Mentors: Coffee Conversations

Today we are asking you to join a supportive group of colleagues and mentors working towards positive change in their communities. Kelly Fair and guests will be discussing the importance of community servant leadership and building a rejuvenating network of support. Come and learn with us either in person or through Facebook Live! This is your time to network and engage with community leaders. Continue reading

Healthy Living: A Community Divide

At the start of a new year, many people turn their attention towards creating healthy habits. We all know what this entails: fresh, whole foods and exercise. While it sounds simple to eat more vegetables and to spend more time outside, it is not always such an easy process. Our access to fresh foods and outdoor space is greatly determined by our neighborhoods. Continue reading

“Coffee Conversations” for Inspiration in 2017

Take the beginning of the year to create your action plan and set goals. Work towards strengthening and educating yourself for the year of mentoring ahead. Join us as we create a community support system for you and us to regenerate. Sit over coffee and be inspired at this free networking event. We hope to see you there as we join together in service, leadership, and the desire for change. Continue reading

Our Journey in Irving, Texas

During our Year-End-Giving Campaign we want to highlight our various sites and programs offered by Polished Pebbles Girls Mentoring Program. This week we are down south in Texas. We have started a new chapter at Haley Elementary School and were so excited to meet our new pebbles. Here are a few snapshots of our new beginning in Texas! Continue reading

Help Your Child Succeed: Praise The Process

We want children to succeed in life. Whether you are a parent, sibling, aunt/uncle, teacher, mentor, or friend, you want to see a young child develop into a healthy, successful adult. As a mentoring program, Polished Pebbles tries its best to prepare our girls for bright futures. And we do so by challenging them. We encourage our girls to practice their communication skills, move outside of their comfort zones, and give us their best.

Now, what if you learned that how you praise children can affect their mindset and even values? Continue reading