KOP Mentoring Network
The KOP Mentoring Network is a non-profit organization established to provide assistance to school age children and youth through the object and purpose of discipline. Discipline is used as a tool to inspire, guide, educate and strengthen the mental and physical development of our youth, while instilling a code of ethics by which they can live and develop during their concrete and formal periods of development. KOP uses the art of mentoring, communication, technology and the arts as its platform, which is essential in building a positive and well balanced youth. Mentoring will allow a child to self discover and appreciate his or her own uniqueness, strengths and abilities while learning hands-on skills and a work ethic that will support him or her during the course of their life.
KOP 2015 Man of the Year-
KOP Mentoring Network has named Delray
Beach police officer and community leader Capt. Michael Coleman its
2015 Man of the Year.
A committee this week unanimously selected Coleman among an impressive list of nominees, officials said. The honor is awarded annually to a community servant who demonstrates exceptional leadership abilities and contributions to youth causes in the community. Read More
KOP Feeds the Hungry on Thanksgiving - Not too long ago, Madeline Sinclair was sleeping on the steps of the post office in Cleveland, trying to catch a few winks of sleep in portable toilets and skirting the bad influences in her life.When the 47-year-old drug addict ended up in critical care because of an infection she contracted, she realized something had to change. She bought a one way bus ticket and headed south. Read More