Empower a kid in your community


Become a Big

Becoming a Big is more important now than ever as COVID-19 continually changes life for our communities. Kids in your community need Bigs like you to bring support and instill confidence as we all navigate this challenging time.

Big Brothers Big Sisters serves young people from age five through young adulthood in one-to-one mentoring friendships. Bigs and Littles hang out 2-3 times a month for a few hours doing normal, everyday activities, like seeing a movie, doing homework, playing games, going out to eat, or just hanging out!

Each match is supported by a dedicated Match Support Specialist who is always there to provide resources and support specific to the Little’s age. With a Big in their life, Littles in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program are empowered to ignite their potential as they grow in their self-esteem, earn better grades, and develop a lifelong friendship with their Big.

Enter your zip code in the field at the right to find the local Big Brothers Big Sisters agency in your area, and then complete our online inquiry form. Upon completion, a Big Brothers Big Sisters staff member will contact you.

Read our Bigs of the Year match stories of Bigs & Littles for some amazing stories of what it means to be a mentor. And if you still have questions, head over to our FAQs for more answers.


Interested in hearing more about our program and how you can empower a young person in your community through mentorship?

Get involved as a donor

You can support Big Brothers Big Sisters by making a donation to help fund the careful one-to-one matching and ongoing mentoring support unique to our programs. The gift you make today will help a child facing adversity avoid risky behaviors, perform better in school, improve their interactions with others, and increase their self-confidence.

Other Ways to Get Involved

Whether you get involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters as a donor, potential Big Brother or Big Sister, partner, advocate, or family member, you have the power to change a child's future for the better.