It is anticipated the volunteers will commit to about 25 hours per year with the organization they mentor and will conduct follow up care for 2 to 3 years at 25 hours per year. The follow up care is an approximate time projection. Volunteers will commit to finding their own replacements when time to rotate.

Here are two early, hisoric visions shown though separate 1998 and 2003 presentations given to Dayton leaders, activist, and citizens. Common to both is the link between Welfare Reform (poverty reduction/elimination), self-sufficiency, capacity building, and Making A Difference's interest in each.  This linkage is evident today in our vision:

Prior year presentations:

1998 Presentation

2003 Presentation