Profinium Dreams Foundation gifts $7,000 to YMCA Mentoring Program

Published On: January 9th, 20231.2 min readCategories: Covid-19, Featured, Latest Headlines, Local News, News

FAIRMONT, MN, January 4, 2023 – Profinium Dreams Foundation has gifted Mankato Family YMCA Brother/Sister Mentoring Program $7,000 to assist in achieving their mission of supporting youth in the Mankato area through mentoring. The Profinium Dreams Foundation believes in helping those at tipping point moments in their lives, making an impact in our communities, and supporting & educating youth.

“We are grateful for the support from the Profinium Dreams Foundation,” said Tom Schueneman, Director of Social Responsibility. “With these funds, we are able to continue this critical community work and provide opportunities for the youth we serve.” 

“When we started conversations with Tom, we were looking for individuals at tipping point moments of their lives where a positive change could assist in achieving a dream.” said Fred Krahmer, Profinium Dreams Foundation Board Chairman, “It became very apparent to us that being in the mentoring program was the tipping point moment for youth. Knowing that having mentors is what keeps these programs thriving, we wanted to help fund the awareness of the program and help YMCA source mentors for youth on the waiting list.”

Profinium Dreams Foundation also gifted $7,000 to Kinship of Martin County and Big Brother Big Sisters of Southern Minnesota with the similar goal of helping support the mission of finding mentors. The Profinium Dreams Foundation Board of Directors is comprised of Fred W. Krahmer (Chairman), Fred C. Krahmer, Michelle Krahmer (Secretary), Marques Doppler, Ken Gronewold, Jeremiah Gaul, and Karen Legault.

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