Our work would not be possible without the generosity of community members who share our belief that all young people deserve the opportunity to be thriving, resilient, self-reliant, connected, empowered and engaged adults. Thank you.
Our goal is to be a part of students’ lives from grade to grade and year to year. Trekkers follows students as they “graduate” from one program into the next along a six year journey that starts when they are in 7th grade and continues until they graduate.
With Trekkers, I’ve hiked mountains, explored cities, walked through lava tubes, sat for hours on a bus talking to people, cooked my own meals, and have been asked to challenge myself and to answer the questions no one has asked me before. Who am I? Who do I want to be? How do I want to change? How can I accomplish this?
Trekkers is almost unexplainable, like something that brings so many emotions out of you.
I learned not to be scared of the future, and I’m now more excited then ever to go to college, and I owe it all to Trekkers.
I learned so much about myself that I know will come in great in the years to come. I have realized that in order to discover what your ideal career is, you have to be happy and content. Your passion is the determining factor.
There are many ways to support Trekkers, whether you want to make a monetary donation, donate your time, make an in-kind donation, or attend an event. We also accept lots of other types of donations.
Donate by phone
Simply call us at 207-594-5095 with your credit card information.
Donate by mail
You can send a check to our office: Trekkers, Inc.
325 Old County Road
Rockland, ME 04841
Please include a note with any special instructions that you would like us to follow when processing your donation.
years that we support students in long-term relationships with caring mentors
towns served by Trekkers: Thomaston, Rockland, South Thomaston, Cushing, St. George, Owls Head
miles traveled by 12 students from Thomaston to Houston, TX to help with disaster relief
of Trekkers students reported positive changes in their relationships with peers
organizations trained to help youth across the U.S.
out of 10 Trekkers students reported statistically significant positive changes in empathy, action-oriented behavior, optimism, and perseverance