COVID-19 – Announcement – AIME Opens Imagination Factories & Mentoring Direct To The Home
When challenges arise, our role as mentors is to rise to those challenges in the best way we know how.
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to affect families, communities and countries around the world, including where we work, we are adapting our ways of working so we can continue to deliver imagination and mentoring to marginalised kids around the world while being mindful of the health, safety and wellbeing of everyone we work with.
At AIME, everything we do is fuelled by hope and imagination. We ask questions, we listen, we empathise, we use initiative. And in all things, we act with kindness.
Our promise as mentors for a fairer world is to turn up and keep turning up. And so, as communities and governments around the world take measures against the spread of COVID-19, as schools and universities close, and as families wonder what next for their children, we will keep turning up… online.
We will be opening up digital spaces to continue delivering our Tutor Squads and our Imagination Factory mentoring experiences remotely.
Keep reading to find out the implications of COVID-19 for our work, how we plan to keep delivering imagination and mentoring around the world, and how you can get involved.
As we navigate this tough time together, let’s continue to hope, let’s dare to dream, let’s keep imagination and energy alive, and let’s keep moving together towards a fairer world.
Yours in imagination,
Jack Manning Bancroft
AIME CEO & Founder