At a holiday party, called the Big Holiday Bash, more than 600 Bigs and Littles from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Charlotte had an unexpected party guest: Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.
Philadelphia, PA – Dec. 3, 2013 — Comcast NBCUniversal and Congressman Chaka Fattah (PA-02) have received special honors from Big Brothers Big Sisters of America for their significant contributions to the nationwide mentoring organization’s Philadelphia legacy.
This holiday season, CDW will once again look to give back to their favorite charitable organizations...inlcuding Big Brothers Big Sisters! In addition to a fixed donation, CDW wants to distribute further funds to each of the 10 charities it supports, but it all depends on votes. Help support Big Brothers Big Sisters to carry out its mission!
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America was thrilled to take part in spearheading an official proclamation for Giving Tuesday in the City of Irving. The Honorable Mayor Beth Van Duyne of Irving declared today, Dec. 3, 2013, to be Giving Tuesday.
The success of any Big Brothers Big Sisters agency or program around the country comes first and foremost as a result of the amazing things that Big Brothers Big Sisters’ supporters do to help put Big Brothers Big Sisters up front as the gold standard for mentoring organizations.
Big Brothers Big Sisters recently relocated its national headquarters from Philadelphia, Penn. to Irving, Texas. The City of Irving featured Big Brothers Big Sisters President and CEO Charles Pierson in a video discussing what drew Big Brothers Big Sisters to the Dallas - Ft. Worth metroplex.
Bigs and Littles from the Los Angeles area got VIP treatment at a special Amazing Spider-Man 2 Fan Day event at Sony Pictures. They were guests of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America celebrity spokesperson Jamie Foxx.
The story of Donovan Jackson, head coach, teacher and mentor to students at Northeast Guilford High School in Guilford County, N.C., captures the essence of our work and mission at Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Ten months ago, Yesenia Parker’s life took a traumatic change of course unheard of to most 12-year-old girls her age. Following a gunshot wound, fun activities like playing with friends, participating in a dance group and learning karate were replaced with daily physical therapy in order to relearn the simplest of tasks, like flexing her hand.
Susan Lammers enjoysthe opportunity to share her passion for community service with Kenya, her Little Sister of 11 years, by taking her to volunteer at nursing homes and other organizations on a regular basis.
This holiday season, Jack in the Box® will once again continue its support of Big Brothers Big Sisters. For the sixth consecutive year, customers at participating Jack in the Box® stores can purchase a Toasty Jack Ornament for just $1 plus tax.
Recently Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Columbia (S.C.) received laudable recognition from South Carolina Secretary of State, Mark Hammond, who named the organization among the “Angels” on the state’s annual “Scrooges and Angels” list for nonprofits for 2013.
Marcus Allen, the CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters Southeastern Pennsylvania, was recently an invited guest on the radio show Tone and Tenor to discuss Big Brothers Big Sisters from a national perspective.
Recently, the Buffalo Bills hosted their annual Toyota Rookie Club Bills Party for Children. Members from several local organizations were invited, including a handful of children from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Erie County (New York). In total, nearly 100 children were in attendance.
On Tuesday, Dec. 3, nonprofits from across the country, and even some international organizations, took to social media and the Internet in order to draw the support of their communities for the second annual #GivingTuesday.