100 Active Kids!

100 Active Kids

Thanks to a generous grant from the Mildred Yount Charitable Foundation, Mentor Me is proud to offer the following enriching activities as part of our 100 Active Kids Project!

Children’s Museum of Sonoma County

We have FUN PASSES for free admission. Serving children ten and younger, the Children’s Museum offers interactive, hands-on exhibits and experiences focused on art, nature and science. Stop by our admin office to pick up a pass. cmosc.com

Fruit In Motion

$5 Gift Cards. Downtown Petaluma’s favorite smoothie and juice bar, Fruit in Motion offers yummy smoothies and juices, delicious acai bowls and outstanding bagels. Kids love FIM! Located at 3 4th Street 707-776-4559

Lala’s Creamery

$10 Gift Cards. Downtown Petaluma’s al natural ingredient ice creamery. Lala’s mission is to provide a fun and friendly place for folks to enjoy amazing ice cream and treats. Most everything is made from scratch, in house. Local organic Strauss dairy is used to make the ice creams, and coconut milk is used for their vegan treats. Lala’s is located at 134 Petaluma Blvd North.


$10 Gift Cards.


$10 Gift Cards.

Mi Pueblo

$20 Gift Cards. Plan a Taco Tuesday with your mentee at Petaluma’s Kentucky Street or Petaluma Blvd location.

Cinema West

Gift Card for 2 movie tickets at Petaluma’s Boulevard Cinemas. See a show together!

Ray’s Deli

$10 Gift Cards. Treat your mentee to lunch! rays-deli.com.

Aqus Cafe

$10 Gift Cards available for this community gathering spot founded by Mentor John Crowley. Aqus offers an extensive selection of locally produced artisan foods and beverages, from breakfast scrambles and locally made pastries, to delicious paninis, plentiful salads, and wheat-free, gluten-free and vegan options. Tasty dinner time offerings include lasagna, eggplant parmesan, teriyaki chicken, or a slice of polenta pie. Check out the menu at aqus.com. Please stop by our office to pick up a gift card.

Martial Arts USA

One free month of Taekwondo. Includes uniform.  We have gift certificates available for lessons for mentees of all ages. Call, stop by, or email us and we will get you signed up! For more info, visit the Martial Arts USA website here.

Petaluma Academy of Martial Arts

Why not give Karate a try? We have gift certificates available for lessons at PAMA. Call, stop by, or email us and we will get you signed up! For more info, visit the PAMA website here.

Petaluma Arts Center

PAC has generously donated gift certificates good for one free Art Classes! Take a tour of the Arts Center, check out their awesome class offerings and sign up. For more info and to see a class schedule, visit PetalumaArtsCenter.org

Kitty’s Book Club – $20 Copperfield’s Gift Cards

Our very generous friend, Ms. Kitty has donated $20 gift cards to Copperfield’s. Happy Book Shopping! Her hope is that kids will be encouraged to read, and that mentors will help them experience the wonders of walking around a fabulous bookstore, picking out a book, reading it and then talking about it. Contact the MM office to get a gift card. copperfields.com

BRIAN’S COMICS – $10 gift cards

Conveniently located in downtown Petaluma, Brian’s Comics is one of the premiere comic book stores in the Bay Area. Whether you’re an experienced reader or new to the genre, whether you’re eight or eighty years old, Brian’s Comics has the comic books for you! brianscomics.com

Charles M Schulz Museum

View the largest collection of original Peanuts art work in the world at the Charles M. Schulz Museum. Located in Santa Rosa, California, the Museum is dedicated to giving depth to the funny pages through the preservation, display, and interpretation of the life and art of Peanuts comic strip creator, Charles M. Schulz. Visitors can laugh at Schulz’s original comic strips, learn about the art of cartooning and Schulz’s role in its development, view a re-creation of Schulz’s art studio, watch animated Peanuts specials and documentaries in our Theater, draw their own cartoons in our hands-on Education Room, and more. We have passes for free admission. schulzmuseum.org